More than two years after a daylight armed robbery at a Sudbury jewelry store, a second man has been arrested and faces numerous serious charges.
On the morning of July 27, 2001, Crafton Miller, 32, was arrested after the armed robbery of Gold Direct on Lasalle Boulevard.
Miller was charged with several weapons offences, armed robbery, using a disguise and possession of stolen property.
At the time of his arrest, Miller was in possession of jewelry valued at more than $200,000 and a handgun.
A thorough investigation by Greater Sudbury Police has resulted in the arrest earlier this year of a 30-year-old man.
Police say they used forensic evidence located near the scene to complete their investigation.
McLeod has been charged with using a firearm in the commission of an offence, using a disguise in the commission of an offence, forcible confinement and breach of probation.
McLeod is being held in custody at the Sudbury District Jail pending a bail hearing.