BAHAMAS - Colton Harris-Moore, the infamous "Barefoot Bandit" who spent two years eluding police and FBI agents while allegedly stealing yachts, luxury cars and airplanes - was finally captured in the Bahamas one week ago.
Harris-Moore was later flown to Miami. He now faces prosecution for his two-year string of break-ins and plane thefts across the United States.
Authorities say he earned his nickname by committing some crimes while shoeless, and in February he allegedly drew chalk-outline feet all over the floor of a grocery store during a burglary in Washington's San Juan Islands.
Harris-Moore is suspected in about 70 property crimes across eight states and British Columbia, many of them in the islands of Washington state.
He is accused of stealing cars and boats to get to the Midwest, and then taking a stolen plane from an Indiana airport to fly to the Bahamas.
His arrival in Nassau, the Bahamian capital, was captured in photos - as was the reaction of local residents on Camano Island, where Harris-Moore grew up.