MSP Say Branch County Residents May Be Involved In Break Ins
By: Mike Stiles - Monday, May 2, 2022

(photo courtesy of Michigan State Police)

(TEKONSHA TOWNSHIP) – Michigan State Police say some Branch County residents may be involved in a string of break ins.

Troopers were called to an address on S Drive South in Calhoun County's Tekonsha Township to investigate a larceny. The property owner says he believes the same suspects had stolen property from this location and at his residence down the street, just two nights before.

The victim provided still frame pictures from several trail cameras he has on both properties. Two white male subjects are observed in these pictures, along with a silver Trail Blazer that they arrived in.

The suspects are believed to be Branch County residents and are also considered suspects in several other larcenies and break ins in Branch County.

The investigation is continuing. If anyone has information, they are asked to call the Michigan State Police Post in Marshall at 269-558-0500.


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