By CBSNewYork Team

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The FBI has arrested one suspect in an armed robbery at a Chanel store in SoHo.

Eric Spencer, 29, of Brooklyn, was located Saturday in Fort Lauderdale

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He and three other suspects were accused of stealing nearly $190,000 worth of merchandise from the store on Feb. 2.

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(Credit: United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York)

According to authorities, when a security guard confronted Spencer, he said, “What are you going to do, shoot me?” before reaching into his waistband for the handle of a firearm. He then yelled, “Nobody touch me, get everything, grab everything!”

The next day, Spender allegedly posted on social media saying he had so many items from the store he could “open a small boutique.”

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The NYPD has said a group of suspects is wanted for more than 20 robberies at high-end clothing stores in SoHo since September 2020.

CBSNewYork Team