Barefoot Bandit's crime spree could total in the millions

Barefoot Bandit captured
Barefoot Bandit captured

When police captured "Barefoot Bandit" Colton Harris-Moore early Sunday it was after an alleged crime spree that easily racks up millions of dollars in stolen cash and merchandise.

The FBI confirmed late Sunday the 19-year-old Washington state man, who has gained Internet fame with a fan club and more than 67,000 Facebook followers, was captured after a boat chase off Harbour Island in the Bahamas. Harris-Moore has been dubbed the "Barefoot Bandit" because some surveillance footage of crime scenes showed a suspect without shoes.

Harris-Moore is the prime suspect in more than 70 crimes that span four states and Canada, the FBI says. The alleged spree started two years ago after Harris-Moore escaped in April 2008 from a Renton, Wash. group home.