Phone store

Dearborn police make an arrest at a cell phone store.

DEARBORN, MI — Police say they arrested the person who broke into a cell phone store in Dearborn and stole several items.

Officers were called to a break-in alarm at a cell phone store near Warren and Greenfield roads on Monday morning. The door had been forced open and several items were missing, but there were no suspects, police said.

Investigators reviewed security footage and discovered what the suspect was driving.

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Shortly after, officers stopped the vehicle near Michigan Avenue and Wyoming Road and found evidence in the cellphone store, police said. The driver was arrested.

Police have not identified the driver but believe the suspect may be involved in similar robberies in other cities, police said.

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“I would like to recognize the exceptional work of our night officers,” said Dearborn Police Chief Issa Shahin. “Through their diligent investigation and teamwork, they were quickly able to identify a suspicious vehicle, locate the vehicle and arrest a suspect in this incident. Regardless of the time of day, our officers are ready to respond to any incident.”

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