UPDATE on the Best Buy scene: IMPD is still stationed at main entrance & is searching for somebody inside w/ a K-9. FD still has ladders up. pic.twitter.com/k75resC6FN— Kevin Ratermann (@Kevin_Ratermann) November 16, 2016
Around 5:30 a.m. on Wednesday, police, tipped off by an alarm, showed up to a Best Buy in Indianapolis, Indiana, finding signs, according to WISH, of a break-in.
About an hour later, they found the possible source of those signs: a man, hiding in the ceiling, who was subsequently arrested for breaking into the electronics store.
Details were still pretty scarce late Wednesday morning, but other outlets reported that a K-9 unit helped cops track down the suspect, and a fire truck gave police access to the roof.
The suspect, clad in all black, was later seen being escorted away by officers in handcuffs. He was not injured.