Gregory Allen Bradshaw ( top left) Kenneth Lee Grauman II (top right) Laura Grauman (bottom left) and Brittany Rector (lower right)
Gregory Allen Bradshaw (left) & Kenneth Lee Grauman II (right)
KOKOMO, Ind. (WZZM) -- The on-going search for two men who escaped from a residential re-entry program in Northern Michigan is now centered in Indiana.
Thursday, a Kokomo police officer spotted a suspicious white Ford Taurus in the parking lot of a Kroger grocery store. The officer was unaware that the vehicle was stolen from Allegan County. He was about to run the vehicle's license plate number on his computer when he was called to another incident.
Authorities believe Kenneth Grauman, 32, and Gregory Bradshaw, 23, were inside that 2000 Ford Taurus, possibly with their girlfriends, Brittany Rector, 17, and Laura Grauman, 29.
Thursday afternoon police believe Grauman and Bradshaw stole a silver 2006 GMC pickup truck from a farm nearby. It has an Indiana license plate with registration TC5105. There is also a Purdue Boilermaker front license plate.
The truck has a large toolbox in the bed and also two rifles with ammunition. Police say the men are considered armed and dangerous.
The U.S. Marshal's Service is offering a $1,500 reward in the case.