By Ashley Davis
This security camera still provided by the Jewelers’ Security Alliance shows two suspects robbing the safe of Icebox Diamonds & Watches in Atlanta. Five have been arrested in connection with the crime.

Atlanta—Police have arrested five suspects in connection with a February home invasion tied to an Atlanta jewelry store, the Jewelers’ Security Alliance said.

Juan Hernandez Pearson, 38; Temeka Lashon Croskey, 44; Gregory Andrews, 34; Meisha Sims, 31; and Crysell Croskey, 29 (who was already in police custody on other charges), have been charged with multiple felonies. Additional charges are expected.

Tameka Croskey and Crysell Croskey are mother and son.

The charges stem from a crime committed on Feb. 16, in which the manager of Atlanta’s Icebox Diamonds & Watches store was followed to his home in Smyrna, Georgia.

20190329 arrestsPictured are the five suspects charged with an Atlanta-area home invasion and robbing an Atlanta jewelry store.

20190329_arrests: Pictured are the five suspects charged with an Atlanta-area home invasion and robbing an Atlanta jewelry store.

There, the suspects allegedly tied up the manager and his wife, forcing him to hand over the keys to the store.

The victims were held hostage in their home for two hours as some of the suspects went back to the store and cleaned out its safe.

The couple wasn’t harmed, though their home was also burglarized.

Now, JSA says that officers with the Atlanta Police Department and Cobb County Police Department have evidence collected from the arrests, including diamond rings, necklaces, bracelets and watches with price tags still attached and some stamped with the Icebox Diamonds & Watches logo.

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