CEDAR SPRINGS, Mich. — Kent County deputies are investigating after they say two Cedar Springs marijuana dispensaries were broken into over the weekend.
The Kent County Sheriff’s Office says the break-ins happened just after midnight on Saturday in Cedar Springs.
According to the sheriff’s office, the first break-in happened at a Meds Café dispensary on White Creek Avenue.
Deputies responded to an activated burglary alarm and found a door had been broken.
Staff at Meds Café tell FOX 17 that the break-in suspects were not able to access any products or take any items. They say the security precautions they had put in place worked and they did not have to close the business at any point due to the break-in.
While investigating the break-in at Meds Cafe, the sheriff’s office says deputies working in the area knew of another dispensary just down the street, Michiganja, and went to go check it out.
When deputies arrived at the second dispensary, they saw someone run away from the business, get into a car and take off at a high rate of speed without turning on the vehicle’s lights.
The sheriff’s office says deputies chased after the car until it went out of sight.
The suspects and vehicle appear to