Texas Man, Suspicious ‘Hole in the Wall’ Leads to Burglary Bust in Urbana


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URBANA – When Urbana Police responded to a business with a suspicious hole in the wall on N. Cunningham Monday, little did they know it would lead to a major burglary breakthrough. 

According to police reports the scene hinted at missing items worth $3,500 and pointed to one suspect: 41-year-old Daniel Solis from Texas. Just a day later, following a brisk foot chase, officers apprehended Solis. 

Further digging unearthed another burglary on Perkins Rd, recovering over $6,000 in stolen goods. Solis, facing the alleged charges, now awaits his day in court at Champaign County Jail. 


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