Another suspect has been arrested in connection with a gold and gem heist at the California State Mining and Mineral Museum in Mariposa.
Investigators with the California Highway Patrol arrested 43-year-old Michael Gomes.
Gomes is the 5th person taken into custody in connection with the September break-in.
The men are all accused of stealing more than a one million dollars worth of gold and gems.
Some wore masks and used pickaxes during the robbery.
Gomes is in the Mariposa County Jail and faces charges of robbery, possession of stolen property, conspiracy and vandalism.
Gomes was arrested in Citrus Heights near Sacramento.
The suspects have all pleaded not guilty.
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