LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas police say an iPhone tracking app led to the arrests of two home invasion suspects.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that arrest documents released Thursday shows “Find My iPhone” app helped law enforcement find 34-year-old Jonathan Mika and 41-year-old Dominic Maratita.

According to the arrest report, three suspects tied up a family of six, pistol-whipping and holding them at gunpoint early Monday.

They allegedly pilfered electronics, money and at least six firearms from the home.

The signal from a stolen iPhone led police to an apartment rented by Maratita.

They found Maratita and Mika.

Both are facing multiple charges of robbery with a deadly weapon and first-degree kidnapping.

It was unknown Saturday if either had an attorney.

The third suspect has not yet been arrested.

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