The alleged Family Dollar store bandits have been arrested by Grand Rapids police.

According to WOOD, some pretty intense moments occurred at a BP gas station when Grand Rapids police spotted a stolen vehicle that was used in a robbery at gun point at a Family Dollar store on Leonard Street in Grand Rapids, Michigan, just after 9 p.m. Sunday.

GR Sargent Cathy Williams said one of the suspects whipped out a pistol at the Family Dollar and managed to get away with an undisclosed amount of cheese and drove off in a stolen white Chevy Impala.

Police spotted the Impala at a BP gas station later Sunday night. While police were waiting for the suspects to return to the car, the suspects spotted the five-o and ran back into the gas station.

After police cleared the gas station store, they arrested four people who matched the suspects in the surveillance video. Three suspects are locked up for robbery while one is locked up for auto theft.

This particular Family Dollar that was robbed happened to be located next to a Domino's Pizza that was robbed the same day. The suspects in the Domino's robbery did not match those of the Family Dollar robbery.