Hauled away in handcuffs. NBC 6 cameras were there as a trio of accused thieves were busted by police in Opa-locka.
The thieves are accused of stealing thousands of dollars in power tools and equipment in a carefully planned scheme.
A routine traffic stop put a stop to all business at Angel Tools in the Opa-locka Flea Market.
Two men, Nelson Ramirez and Rogelio Rodriguez-Millares, were sitting on a curb in handcuffs near Northwest 125th street and Northwest 8th Avenue, in a lot of trouble for allegedly stealing power tools and equipment.
Police said they actually just got done dropping off nearly $1,600 worth of goods, stolen from Home Depot.
According to the arrest forms, the two men are responsible for a number of thefts at Home Depot stores in Miami-Dade and Broward counties.
The investigation led police to Eybis Suyapa Larios, 50, the owner of Angel Tools. They said she admitted to buying stolen products and gave detectives a tour of the store, identifying more than $41,000 in stolen items.
The property was impounded at the Miami-Dade Police Department.
All three defendants have been charged with grand theft, while Larios and Ramirez have been charged with dealing in stolen property.