A third suspect wanted in connection with an armed Glen Cove home invasion on Memorial Day was apprehended over the weekend, police said.

Kalahn Ambles was arrested in Glen Head on Friday and charged with burglary.

Police have said the 20-year-old was one of four suspects who broke into a house on Coles Street, where they allegedly pistol-whipped a man before stealing his property two weeks ago.

No information about the fourth suspect has been released.

Nassau County Court Judge Eric Bjornby set bail for Ambles at $1 million. Ambles is due back in court Tuesday.

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