Man arrested in Versace robbery

A former employee was arrested Wednesday in the theft of $3.7 million in jewels and cash from a vault in the Versace boutique on Fifth Avenue last July, reports The Associated Press.

New York police reportedly said that the suspect, William Robinson, 34, of Brooklyn, was charged with grand larceny and criminal possession of stolen property. The police had been looking for Robinson, the store’s former head of security, since the jewels were recovered last August. They were found stuffed inside a ratty recliner in a Manhattan storage facility.