West Michigan gun store burglary ends with fatal police pursuit
BERRIEN COUNTY, Mich. – Three people were killed Sunday after their vehicle crashed into a tree following a police chase in Berrien County.
WNDU reports the SUV that crashed matched the description of a vehicle used in a break-in at the Black Arsenal gun shop in Stevensville, during which several guns were stolen.
A Berrien County Sheriff's Office deputy noticed the vehicle on I-94 early Sunday morning, leading to the pursuit eastbound on the highway. The SUV lost control on M-139 and collided with a tree near Rocky Weed Road. Three people were killed and one is in critical condition at a Grand Rapids hospital.
Police have confirmed that the stolen guns have been recovered.
The Michigan State Police is investigating.
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