By Sandra Rose  | 

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Police arrested two more suspects in the brazen daytime robbery and murder of aspiring drill rapper Moneygang Vontae (top left).

Nayson White, 25, and Allen Algarin, 23, were arrested in Georgia and extradited back to the Bronx Wednesday to face charges.

The arrests were announced on Thursday, according to the NY Daily News. The two suspects were originally arrested on a misdemeanor gun possession charge in McDuffie County, Ga., on June 29, police said.

Vontae, real name Avanti Frowner, 27, was attacked and shot multiple times in a Bronx pharmacy by four males who robbed him of his cash and a signature nameplate and chain.

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"He look like trouble," a pharmacy employee told NBC, referring to Vontae. "I saw that he had a lot of money. They looked like they [were] fighting or arguing, I don't know. I saw that one of them had a gun. I went back there to the pharmacist screaming, 'We have to move, have to move, because he have a gun, he have a gun!'"

The employee said Vontae begged for his life. "He said, 'Please, please, we can talk, we can talk."

Disturbing surveillance footage shocked viewers and went viral on social media.

On June 23, police arrested River Jones, an 18-year-old college student, and charged him with murder and gun possession.

Police suspect Jones (pictured top right) is the trigger man who shot and killed Vontae senselessly after robbing him.

Two more suspects are still at large, police say.

"They don't need to be on the streets no more – ever!" Vontae's dad, Roger Frowner, 56, told The NY Post. "If they kill somebody in broad daylight, inside of a store, they are treacherous."

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