Two men are under arrest, suspected of robbing several Valley stores.
The arrests came after they bragged about it online and taunted police.
Last month, two armed gunman robbed four convenience stores in rapid order in Fresno.
At first, police didn't have much to go on except some surveillance video.
Fresno Deputy Chief of Police, Keith Foster said, "After they committed these robberies, they turned back to Hanford and utilized social media to taunt our officers as we where conducting the investigation. One of the individuals used social media and put a text out 'catch me if you can.'"
Police eventually got tips, names and a lead on one of the suspects and caught up with James Wright in Hanford on Saturday.
The second suspect, Sean Miller, traveled to Oak Harbor, Washington where he was boasting about his crime spree in Fresno. "After bragging at a party that he had been involved in several armed robberies in Fresno," said Foster.
Fresno police found out and tipped off investigators up north enough about Miller.
Miller was arrested and is now awaiting extradition back to Fresno.
Both are facing multiple felony counts of armed robbery.
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