Cary Business Robbed

From the Cary Police Department:

Commercial Burglary

On Saturday January 11, 2020 at approximately 5:24 a.m. Cary Police Officers responded to a burglar alarm that was activated at a business in the 100 block of East Main Street.

Upon arrival, officers discovered entry was forced to the business.

Review of video surveillance from the business revealed that three black males forced entry into the business, stole various electronics estimated at approximately $7,800, and left the scene eastbound on U.S. Route 14.

The suspects fled the scene in a silver GMC Yukon with North Carolina registration FLW 2349.

It is also believed there was a fourth suspect who remained in the vehicle during the burglary.

Please see the attached photographs for suspect and vehicle descriptions.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the Cary Police Department at (847) 639-2341 or Cary-Grove CrimeStoppers at (800) 762-7876.


Cary Business Robbed — 15 Comments

  1. The second Robber looks a lot like the Robber from this article: “Burglar in Cary Gets at Least Five Empty Apple I-Pad Boxes”

  2. This is the type of slam dunk matters that Kenneally must have to get a conviction or plea bargain agreement in order to tote his name and ‘success’.

    If it requires any real investigation, work or involves McHenry County political figures or government officials he’s not going to get involved. He’s strictly looking at simplicity and isn’t in my opinion able to or interested in Justice, just what makes him look good and shield those who benefit him politically!

  3. Not a slam dunk until the cops identify the suspect.

    Once arrested, Kenneally and staff have an awesome conviction rate.

  4. Is it the same bunch that came out to Cary, and stole a car, as it was being dried from the Cary car wash to be used in crimes later in the city?

    Someone or some group must think Cary is easy pickings.

    Hoping the Police prove them wrong soon.

  5. Jim , you missed the point as it is a slam dunk and easily able to get a conviction based on the evidence.

    Kenneally will have nothing to do with the identification, capture and subsequent arrest of those involved.

    The Cary Police Department will.

    A Middle School student or even yourself could prove this crime beyond a reasonable doubt.

    How long have you been employed by the McHenry County States Attorney’s Office?

  6. Everyone in Cary, including individual homeowners and businesses, should have a security system in place.

  7. Burglary folks. Robbery involves taking something from a person.

  8. OK

    The second BURGLAR looks a lot like the BURGLAR from this article:

    “Burglar in Cary Gets at Least Five Empty Apple I-Pad Boxes”

  9. Look for North Carolina plates in the Section 8 communities.

  10. My question is for Jim.

    How difficult is it to convict someone who is caught on camera stealing?

  11. Just a common thug.

    Kenneally plays a lot of solitaire.

    Can he pay attn to this tho?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *