SOUTHFIELD, Mich. -

Southfield police tell Local 4 they have forwarded their report in the Bank of America break-in involving a 12-year-old boy to the prosecutor's office for charges.

Police are seeking breaking and entering charges against the boy for allegedly smashing a brick through the bank's front door early last Friday morning.

Bank of America shatter font door

Local 4 News Morning broke the story and was there as police arrested the boy.

Raw video: 12-year-old arrested in bank break-in

The boy allegedly rode a bike to the bank and took rolled coins and miscellaneous cash from a teller's drawer once he was inside.

Local 4 has learned that the bike he rode to the bank was also stolen, but the owner does not want to press charges.

The Oakland County Prosecutor's Office will review the police report and decide whether to issue the charges.

IMAGES: Boy accused of breaking into Southfield bank

Published On: Jul 12 2013 06:47:01 AM EDT   Updated On: Jul 12 2013 07:11:28 AM EDT
1 / 9

Police escort young man out of the Bank of America in Southfield after he was discovered inside about 3:45am Friday morning.