The Tufano’s Pizza, located at 10385 Vine Street in Huntley, was one of several businesses burglarized on October 4, 2021, during a burglary spree. | Photo: Google Street View

Arrest warrants have been issued for four Chicago men charged with burglarizing multiple businesses in Huntley and stealing ATMs from them during a crime spree.

The suspects charged are Kenneth S. Maxey, 26, of the 4200 block of South Washtenaw Avenue in Chicago; Donameen R. Jones, 25, of the 9200 block of South Avalon Avenue in Chicago; Donald Rogers Jr., 18, of the 1300 block of North Hudson Avenue in Chicago; and James G. Murray, 28, of the 5300 block of West Washington Boulevard in Chicago.

The four men are charged with multiple counts of burglary, theft, retail theft and criminal damage to property.

Criminal complaints filed in McHenry County Circuit Court allege the four suspects burglarized the Mobil gas station, 11200 South Route 47 in Huntley, on October 4.

At least $300 in cash was stolen from two cash register drawers at the gas station.

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The suspects also burglarized Aramanetti’s Food and Liquor, 9714 Route 47 in Huntley, and Tufano’s Pizza, 10385 Vine Street in Huntley, the same day, the complaint said.

The Huntley Food and Liquor, 10729 Dundee Road in Huntley, and Tipsy’s Bar, 10753 Dundee Road in Huntley, were also burglarized on October 4.

During the Aramanetti’s and Huntley Food and Liquor burglaries, various bottles of liquor and other merchandise totaling over $600 combined were stolen.

The suspects gained access to the businesses by smashing the glass front doors, the complaint said.

An ATM, which had approximately $8,400 in cash inside it, was stolen and the suspects also stole a second ATM, the complaint said.

None of the suspects are in custody yet after charges were filed Friday and arrest warrants were issued.