MIAMI BEACH, Fla. -

Police arrested a 25-year-old woman accused of stealing NFL defensive tackle Shaun Rogers' jewelry from his Miami Beach hotel room back in March.

Miami Beach police had been trying to track down 25-year-old Subhanna Beyah ever since Rogers (pictured, right) was ripped off to the tune of nearly a half-million dollars in jewelry stolen from his hotel room security safe at the Fontainebleau.

Police said it happened after Rogers and his entourage left a night of partying at Club LIV and returned to his room with Beyah.

The next morning, investigators said Beyah was gone and so was Rogers' jewelry.

READ: Theft report

New York State Police arrested Beyah on Saturday in Queens, wanted along with three other women on fugitive from justice charges. One of those woman is 27-year-old Keshia Clark, who turned herself into the Miami-Dade Police Department on Thursday, and has since bonded out of jail.

Beyah was not only wanted for the Rogers' case, but also for a string of jewelry and cash thefts in South Florida hotel rooms, fancy nightclubs and homes of wealthy men in Miami Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood and Tampa.

"They're actually very meticulous about how they are doing this about who they are targeting," said Det. Ronald Cusumano of the Broward Sheriff's Office. "They're definitely looking at their victims ahead of time while they're at these clubs. They're looking for men with high-end watches. That's the one common denominator in everyone of the cases."

Local 10's Baron James reports this alleged "bling ring" became known as the "Crystals," the one alias name they all went by, victims told investigators.

However, it appears Beyah didn't stick to the same look. One of the victims, who met one of the Crystals at Yolo Restaurant in Fort Lauderdale, then took her back to his place, told Broward Sheriff's deputies Beyah got away with his $42,000 Rolex Platinum watch, his $32,000 Gold Rolex, an $8,100 Cartier watch and some $6,000 in cash.

"They were a little embarrassed about making the initial report, but they did tell me that but they were easy to talk to and forthcoming," said Cusumano. "Every one of the cases that I've investigated, the victims believed they were drugged."

There currently is no word yet on when Beyah could be extradited to South Florida from New York.

Miami Beach police continue to work with other departments from South Florida to New York and elsewhere as the investigations continue.

Detectives believe there are other suspects and possibly other victims. If you have any information, you are asked to call either Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS or Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS.