Business Burglary Suspect Arrested

Peoria Police Department

Peoria police say the suspect in connection to seven business burglaries has been arrested.

Robert Quick, 34, of Pekin was arrested without incident around 8:28 p.m. Tuesday near the intersection of Jefferson and Main in downtown Peoria.

Police say they responded to multiple business burglaries throughout the city between Feb. 7 and March 7. The burglar utilized various methods of entry during early morning hours.

The investigation and evidence gathered at the scenes helped police identify Quick as a suspect in the burglaries.

After Quick was transported to the Peoria Police Department for questioning he was subsequently arrested for seven counts of burglary to the following establishments: Rumberger’s, Kouri’s Pub, Pitch, Crow’s Nest, Grease Monkey, Kickback on Fulton, and Tannins and Hops.

Quick was also charged for a retail theft that occurred at Menards and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.



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