The identification of the men was made possible thanks to surveillance footage and the detection of finger prints on a windowsill in the rabbi's home, investigators reported.
Police also seized the vehicle used during the break-in and attack on February 25, a Honda CRV. Its licence plate was caught by security cameras. Another vehicle, a grey Volkswagen Gol, was identified with police believing a third vehicle, presumably an Audi A4, was also used.
"There was a thorough review of security footage which led us to the men responsible for this cowardly attack. The raids also led us to the clothing they used on the day of the crime, some of the rabbi's stolen belongings, 200,000 pesos in cash, a large amount of jewels, a hat which is typically used in the Jewish faith, a 38 caliber revolver and drugs," Justice and Security Secretary Marcelo D'Alessandro told Infobae.