KENTWOOD, Mich. -- Three people are in police custody accused of breaking into Woodland Mall early Friday.
Kentwood police say it appears they broke in through a glass door and stole items from a cell phone kiosk, a jewelry kiosk and a clothing store.
Police say they used the stolen phones to track down the suspects which lead to a heavy police presence down the road on Grand Rapids' SE side.
A total of three teens, ages 16 and under, are now in police custody but there are two teens still at large.
Investigators are now working to get a search warrant to go inside the home of the suspects.
In a statement, Woodland Mall said:
We are grateful for the fast work of our security firm, Allied Universal, and to Kentwood Police Department, for their quick response to this morning’s break-in. We are cooperating fully with KPD in its investigation and look forward to those responsible for the roberries to be brought to justice.