Victor Almanza-Martinez, 19, also allegedly exchanged Snapchat info with the victim

By Tara Fowler
Updated January 04, 2016 12:00 PM
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A man who allegedly robbed four women at gunpoint and then took a Snapchat selfie with one of the victims has been arrested, PEOPLE confirms.

Victor Almanza-Martinez, 19, was booked into Monterey County Jail in California last Wednesday on charges of robbery, kidnapping, conspiracy to commit a crime, vehicle theft and gang enhancements.

Authorities believe that the teen was one of three men who allegedly participated in an armed robbery last week in which the four victims had their car and other possessions taken at gunpoint, the Associated Press reports.

During the robbery, Almanza-Martinez allegedly found one of the victims so “hot” that he asked for a selfie with her. The two exchanged Snapchat info and posed for a picture. That picture led police straight to Almanza-Martinez, according to NBC News.

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The other two men, who are described as Hispanic males in their early 20s, remain on the loose, and the victims’ vehicle, a black 2013 Chrysler, has not yet been recovered, KSBW reports.

Almanza-Martinez is being held on $170,000 bail. He has not yet entered a plea to the charges against him.

Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to call detectives at 831-646-6926.