The person police consider is accountable for three financial institution robberies alongside Route 59 has been arrested. A Lockport man was arrested by Plainfield Police after an officer noticed a person on the PNC Financial institution, situated at 13470 S. Route 59 in Plainfield matching the bodily description of the suspect within the earlier robberies. Officer Justin Barma took the suspect into custody with out incident.
Between October twenty ninth and November 4th of this 12 months, a number of banks have been robbed similarly. The primary occurred on October twenty ninth on the Heartland Financial institution alongside Route 59 in Plainfield at 11:20 a.m. The second occurred on the PNC Financial institution within the 24-hundred block of Route 59 in Joliet and on November 4th, the BMO Financial institution situated at 15101 S. Route 59 was robbed. In every theft, the suspect fingers the teller a be aware demanding money. He was described as a white 25-year-old male sporting a masks and denims and by no means implied or displayed a weapon. Investigators from every city have been in coordination with one another and the FBI to establish and arrest the suspect.
Thirty-year-old Brian Flesher of Lockport arrested and charged with Theft and transported to the Will County Grownup Detention Facility.