Police Following Leads On Missing Pekin Boy

Pekin Police Department

Police continue to follow leads on a missing Pekin boy.

But, Pekin Police say there have been no confirmed sightings of 13-year-old Robert Bee since he was reported as a runaway November 17th.

Pekin Police, working with other local, state, and federal agencies, are following up on hundreds of leads throughout central Illinois.

Detectives have conducted searches of homes and vehicles, have interviewed many individuals, and have conducted several controlled searches of properties in the area.

Pekin Police received signs from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children that have been put up in three locations in the city.

The Pekin Police Department continues to believe that someone has information about this case, and is encouraging anyone with information about Robert Bee to call (309) 346-3132 or Crimestoppers at (309) 673-9000.


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