The suspected culprits of 50 Cent’s robbery have been identified and detained six months after a corporate apartment rented by 50 Cent was burglarized for up to $3 million in jewels and cash.

Police in Bergen County, New Jersey, was able to track down the robbers after reviewing security video and linking a recovered stolen car to one of the suspects which had been reported stolen, the night prior to the robbery in the vicinity, according to TMZ.

Prosecutors said of the January incident to TMZ: “At the time the suspects were in the unit, police drove by but did not realize the individuals were still inside. The entire matter was caught on surveillance cameras.”

According to 50’s lawyer, the burglary was reported as a break-in at the rapper’s house when it was really a rented corporate unit for one of his companies.

Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella’s Special Investigations team has arrested three people, namely: Travis Villalobos, 31, of West New York; Richard Murphy, 31, of Jersey City; and Matthew Gale, 40, of East Rutherford, after a six-month investigation.

All three suspects have been charged with crimes including burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, receiving stolen property, and criminal mischief.

Police are expected to recover and return the lost items to 50 Cent, according to his team.