A gang of American women who taunted police to "do ya job" during an alleged cross-state crime spree have been arrested.
The trio were wanted by police for a series of break-ins, robberies and car thefts across Georgia and Florida. They were apprehended much further north however, outside of Indianapolis in Indiana.
Their arrest comes a week after they took to Instagram to tell police "do ya job", followed by an unknown expletive.
"That is exactly what Trooper Christopher Walts did," Indiana State Police said in a statement. "He did his job by putting these fugitives in jail after a short police chase."
Photographs of the women's alleged ill-gotten haul showed credit cards, chequebooks, ID cards and purses.
They will be taken back to Georgia to face charges.