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Peoria Police seek assistance in identifying burglary suspect


PEORIA – Peoria Police is seeking the public’s help in identifying a male burglary suspect who allegedly stole several items from inside a residence in the area of 7600 West Dreyfus Drive, on December 29, 2017, at approximately 8:20 p.m.

The suspect in the surveillance video is seen walking up to the front door, he knocks on the door, and when there is no answer he enters the rear yard of the residence through a side gate.  The suspect then enters the home through a window in the rear yard, stealing multiple items from the home.  The video shows him leaving out the front door with a backpack full of stolen items. The suspect then appears to drive off in what is believed to be an older model, silver Honda Accord, according to police reports.

The suspect appears to be a male, approximately 18 to 30-years-old and thin. He was wearing a green hat with the words “Engineered to Destroy”, black jacket with the number 12 on the back and white writing on the left sleeve, a grey t-shirt, black pants with a white stripe down each side and black shoes.  It appears the suspect has both ears pierced and facial hair on his chin, police said.

Anyone who recognizes the individual in this video or has information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact Detective Higgins of the Peoria Police Department’s Property Crimes Unit at 623-773-8830.  Video surveillance is on the Peoria Police Facebook and Twitter pages or visit: