FBI officials say they have arrested a man suspected of robbing seven ALDI Foods stores over the past six months.
Hiram Graham, 30, of Cudahy, was arrested early Friday by the FBI’s Milwaukee Area Violent Crime Task Force, according to police.
Graham is alleged to have either robbed or attempted to rob these ALDI stores:
- June 15: ALDI Foods located at 3105 South Chicago Avenue, South Milwaukee
- July 10: ALDI Foods located at 4615 West Layton Avenue, Greenfield
- August 1: ALDI Foods located at 1521 Unity Drive, Oconomowoc
- September 16: ALDI Foods located at 19555 West Bluemound Road, Brookfield
- October 7: ALDI Foods located at 3925 Lein Road, Madison
- November 2: ALDI Foods located at 3105 South Chicago Avenue, South Milwaukee
- November 24: ALDI Foods located at 10 81st Avenue, Merrillville, Indiana
The FBI on Nov. 6 announced that a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the robbery spree.
In the Madison case, Graham left behind a fingerprint that led to his identification, police said.
Milwaukee FBI Special Agent in Charge Justin Tolomeo issued the following statement in a news release:
“The FBI Milwaukee Division is committed to relentlessly pursuing violent offenders. This case highlights the lengths to which our task force will go to bring violent criminals to justice.”
Graham is facing several charges, including use of a firearm in a crime of violence.