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State troopers recover multiple property items in bust

Posted at 2:17 PM, Jul 26, 2019
and last updated 2019-07-26 20:50:03-04

PARMA, Mich. — A number of stolen items were recovered in a recent breaking and entering investigation in Parma.

Michigan State Police Jackson Troopers received a call around 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 25, that sent them to a business on W. Michigan Ave. in Parma to investigate a B & E.

A man had called in to say his barn door was kicked in and that several items were missing.

They discovered that suspects that were driving a U-Haul truck broke into several buildings and stole various property items.

Troopers identified the suspects and located them at a home in Calhoun County before taking them into custody.

That's where they allegedly found a lot of the stolen items worth hundreds of dollars in the U-Haul.

State Troopers arrested a man and two women.

Troopers believe the suspects have been breaking and entering in the Jackson and Calhoun area for a while.

"We actually took another call later in the night with the same M.O. with a U-Haul leaving the scene of a possible larceny and that suspect actually knew the names of two of the suspects," Trooper Ronnie Tucker told NEWS 10.

The names and ages of the suspects have not been released at this time.

If you lost items or are a person with information on this case, please contact Trooper Ronnie Tucker at the Jackson Post at 517-780-4580.

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