Akron police Thursday night arrested four men after a Goodyear Heights store was robbed and a SWAT team was called to a house about a half mile away.

Police said the incident began about 11 p.m. Wednesday.

Three men entered Jordan’s Market at 1280 Newton St. and demanded money, police said.

The robbers fled with the store’s cash drawer and a mobile phone that belonged to one of the employees and then drove away in a white Chevy minivan.

A store employee was able to trace his phone’s signal to an area in the 1100 block of Johnland Avenue, about a half mile away.

Police went to the area and found the minivan suspected to be used in the heist. In the back seat, police said they also found a cash register drawer.

When police knocked on the door of the home where the van was parked, a man answered, saw it was police and slammed the door, police said.

A SWAT team assembled outside and within an hour, four men were in custody.

Officers placed a 3-year-old girl into the custody of Summit County Children Services and recovered mobile phones, marijuana and money from the house, police said.

The four men arrested were:

Travonte D. Bell, 25, of Johnland Avenue, charged with obstructing official business, child endangering, possession of drug paraphernalia and drug abuse marijuana.

Rayshawn Goodwin, 28, of Arnold Street, charged with aggravated robbery.

Demetrious Richardson, 26, homeless, charged with having a weapon while under disability and aggravated robbery.

Deontee Pickett, 27, of Mohawk Avenue, charged with aggravated robbery.