The Chicago Police Department are partially crediting their use of a simple Google search in nabbing a double-homicide suspect from New York who had avoided authorities for two years by dressing as a woman.

Ronnell Jones, 24, of Brooklyn, N.Y., was pulled over in a traffic stop on Western Avenue in Chicago on June 10 and subsequently arrested on alcohol and weapons charges and taken into police custody, ABC Chicago reports.

After police Googled Jones' name, they discovered that the man had quite the back story: He was featured on an "America's Most Wanted" episode in March as a suspect in a 2010 gang-related double murder in Yonkers, N.Y., according to the Associated Press.

A fingerprint analysis confirmed that Jones, who did not initially offer up his true identity, was wanted in the double homicide.

"We use it just like everyone else," CPD Gang Enforcement Commander Kevin Ryan told the AP of the officers' use of Google in Jones' arrest.

As Jones has no criminal history in Chicago, he would have likely been released had officers not connected the dots of the man's story, according to Fox Chicago.

Jones was depicted on "America's Most Wanted" as wearing women's wigs and large diamond earrings to avoid being taken into police custody in the murders of Kasheem Little and Carlton McLeod.

WATCH Yonkers, N.Y. police announce the capture of Ronnell Jones in Chicago: