NATIONAL CITY – The Michigan State Police (MSP) are searching for a second suspect, who they say was involved in the breaking-and-entering of a business in National City.
According to the MSP, it was at 1 a.m. on Aug. 1 when troopers were contacted by the owner of the Chef’s Table II restaurant, who advised that two males had just broke into the building and were still inside.
“Upon Troopers arrival they observed two males walking away from the building,” stated MSP Sgt. Douglas Gough.
He said police attempted to make contact with the men, when they fled on foot. The troopers chased after them, ultimately apprehending a 36-year-old male.
Gough stated that authorities looked for the second male, however, they were unable to locate him.
As for the man who was apprehended, he was lodged in the Iosco County jail for breaking-and-entering, as well as resisting and obstructing a police officer.
The investigation into this case is ongoing, and anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to contact the MSP West Branch post at 989-345-0956.