Michigan State Police recover weapons from stolen vehicle in Ann Arbor

Suspects fled on foot, apprehended by officers

Police tape at a crime scene. (WDIV)

ANN ARBOR – Michigan State Police First District announced that officers located a stolen vehicle early Monday morning on Jackson Rd. near Zeeb Rd.

According to a tweet sent out by the department, after officers tried to stop the suspects, they drove off the road a short time later and attempted to flee on foot. The officers were able to locate and arrest the suspects a short time later.

The department posted photos of recovered items from the stolen vehicle, including suspected stolen wallets, two handguns and a key fob programming tablet used to steal newer models.

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Two suspects are in custody and face numerous charges, according to the department. A third juvenile suspect as been handed over to his parent and will also face charges.