SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (WDIV) - A 12-year-old boy is accused of breaking into a bank and trying to steal rolled coins and miscellaneous cash.
It happened around 3 a.m. Friday at a Bank of America branch in Southfield, WDIV reports.
The child rode his bike to the bank and used it to shatter the front door and gain access, police said.
The bank's surveillance video showed him walking around inside, so the security company called 911.
Officers arrived and detained the child from Oak Park. He told police he was 8 but gave police a birth date that makes him a year older.
Police later determined he was 12 years old.
His mother arrived at the police station and took him home after he was questioned and released from custody.
No charges have been filed yet.
The boy is expected to take psychological tests, according to WDIV.
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