(BRONSON) – Two individuals have been arrested in connection with break ins around Gilead Lake and Pond Drive.
The Bronson Police Department says in the early morning hours on Sunday, a suspicious vehicle was reported being in the Gilead Lake area. A subject was seen attempting to get into a vehicle.
A short time later, officers received a call that the same vehicle and same kind of activity was happening on Pond Drive in Batavia Township. Officer Levi Allen stopped the vehicle in the City of Bronson shortly after the call came in. The suspects were turned over to the Michigan
The individuals were in possession of several items that did not belong to them.
Bronson Police are asking residents of Gilead Lake and Pond Drive to check their belongings. If anything has been stolen they are asked to make a report with the Michigan State Police by calling Branch County Central Dispatch at 517-278-3091.
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