Two people were taken into custody after officers responded to burglary alarms early Tuesday morning in Lansing, a police spokesman said.

Two people were taken into custody after officers responded to burglary alarms early Tuesday morning in Lansing, a police spokesman said.

Police initially responded to one burglary after midnight. And while on the scene, officers heard another burglary alarm.

Lansing Police Chief Steve Wayman said officers determined that a couple of businesses in the area of the 600 block of North Main Street had been burglarized.

Police saw a man walking in the general area of where the burglaries took place.

Wayman said officers attempted to make contact with the man, but he allegedly took off running. Officers pursued the 44-year-old Leavenworth man and took him into custody.

Wayman said there was a vehicle in the area that officers felt was suspicious. The driver reportedly drove away.

The Lansing Police Department initiated an “attempt to locate,” seeking assistance from local law enforcement agencies in finding the vehicle.

Maj. Dan Nicodemus, deputy chief of the Leavenworth Police Department, said a Leavenworth officer spotted a vehicle matching the description in the area of Fourth and Kickapoo streets. The vehicle was stopped.

The driver, a 32-year-old Leavenworth woman, was arrested for allegedly driving with a suspended license.

Nicodemus said Leavenworth officers recovered evidence that may be related to the Lansing burglaries.

Wayman said the burglaries are still under investigation. He said investigators are looking into whether the burglaries from early Tuesday morning are related to other recent business burglaries in Lansing and Leavenworth.