EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, N.J. - Police arrested two suspects on Friday morning in connection with the disappearance of a North Jersey tourist on May 21 at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City.

Craig Arno, 44, of Atlantic City, and Jessica Kisby, 25, of Egg Harbor Township, were apprehended at the Golden Key Motel in the township's West Atlantic City section. Both were charged with first-degree kidnapping and carjacking.

They are being held on $400,000 bail each at the Atlantic County Correctional Facility.

Police continue to seek information concerning the whereabouts of Martin Caballero, 47, of North Bergen, who has not been seen since he arrived at a Trump Taj Mahal parking facility at about 10:30 p.m. that night.

Caballero's burned out Lincoln MKS sedan was found around 2:30 a.m. Saturday in the Blackwood section of Gloucester Township, about 50 miles from Atlantic City. The fire was ruled an arson, according to authorities.

Some relatives said they believed that Caballero, a manager at a Jersey City Stop & Shop, had been carjacked. He was in Atlantic City with family members to celebrate his daughter's 21st birthday.

Police were able to obtain surveillance photgraphs of a possible suspect in the case when Caballero's ATM card was used a few days later.

The Golden Key motel is the same location that became the focus of a homicide investigation four years ago when the bodies of four prostitutes were found in a ditch behind the motel. Those murders remain unsolved.

Contact staff writer Jacqueline L. Urgo at 609-748-6229 or jurgo@phillynews.com.