Three UCLA Bruins players, who were arrested for shoplifting in China Tuesday, will remain in Hangzhou for a week or two. There is now surveillance footage of the alleged incident, according to reports.

Freshmen players LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill will not be on the team’s flight back to Los Angeles following Saturday’s 63-60 win against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in Shanghai.

The players could remain in China for a "week or two," a source familiar with the incident told ESPN Saturday. There is now surveillance footage of LiAngelo Ball and his teammates allegedly stealing from luxury designer stores including Louis Vuitton, Salvatore Ferragamo, Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent. The players were required by authorities to remain at the hotel until legal proceedings end, ESPN reported.

The three players were questioned about allegedly stealing sunglasses from a Louis Vuitton shop near the team’s Hangzhou hotel where the Bruins were stationed for a season-opener against the Yellow Jackets before they departed for Los Angeles Tuesday night.

Hangzhou police arrived last Tuesday at the Hyatt Regency hotel and questioned three players from the Bruins and the Yellow Jackets regarding the incident.

LiAngelo Ball and his teammates were released on bail Wednesday and had been staying in their Hangzhou hotel with a representative since Saturday. The players were not allowed to participate in the season-opener against the Yellow Jackets.

Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott, who had been traveling with the Bruins, issued a statement regarding the matter.

"It has provided a real distraction and unwanted publicity, which distracts from what overall has been a tremendous experience and a tremendous week for the UCLA and Georgia Tech students," Scott said before Saturday’s game. "We’ve had a chance to apologize for the unwelcome attention it has brought. There’s nothing new. We’re monitoring the situation and staying in close contact with the students, and we hope the situation resolves itself soon.”

LiAngelo Ball is the younger brother of Los Angeles Lakers rookie point guard Lonzo Ball and son of Big Baller Brand entrepreneur LaVar Ball. The three players could face up to 10 years if convicted, according to Yahoo Sports.

"He'll be fine," LiAngelo Ball's father said this week. "Everybody's making it a big deal. It ain't that big of a deal."