Police found out about the robbery just after midnight on May 2. It turned out that five new Chevrolet Camaros were missing from a lot near the factory in Lansing, although Fox 2 television previously reported about seven stolen cars.
The uniform managed to get all the cars quickly. When the thieves saw the police, they split into two groups and started running in the other direction. They drove through three counties (Ingham, Livingston, and Oakland) before the police could stop them.
Finally the cars were stopped after the road was blocked and the earring was opened. Some cars landed on the side of the highway, and their drivers continued to flee on foot. However, they were all arrested. Carscoops.com reported that about nine people were detained in total. All of the suspects were between the ages of 20 and 24 – eight of whom were from the Detroit area.
Police estimated the value of the stolen Chevrolets at 375,000. dollars.