The father and uncle of the 1-year-old boy shot in Brooklyn last month were charged Friday in connection with a subway robbery.
Anthony Hennis, 22, and his brother, 20-year-old Ammany Hennis, are accused of holding up a 19-year-old man on the 3 train last Thursday.
Police say Hennis and his brother punched the man and stole his watch after threatening the victim's pregnant sister.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly hinted that a misstep by the alleged robbers on social media lead to a break in the case.
Q: Did he post pictures on Facebook?
Q: Of the stolen watch?
Kelly: That's one of the allegations, yes.
Ammany Hennis is charged with robbery and criminal possession of a stolen property, while Anthony Hennis is charged with robbery.
Hennis' son, Antiq, was shot last month in Brownsville.
Police believe the father was the intended target.