A North Texas teenager is afraid for his life when he realizes he’s at home, alone, with a burglar.
Another home burglary in Plano further frustrates many neighbors.
They lost priceless jewelry, electronics and kitchen appliances. But the story about a man who broke in to North Texas homes and stole thousands of dollars in property may actually have a happy ending.
In Collin County, between the borders of Alma Drive, Custer Road and Plano Parkway and Parker Road, there have been nine home burglaries in the last month.
Cold-weather clues have helped police in the Texas Panhandle track a burglary suspect through footprints in the snow.
It might be a sign of how safe people feel in Little Elm that locking the door at night is sometimes overlooked. But that attitude has changed for some after a number of burglaries… some happening while the residents slept.
Police in Plano are looking for three people who burglarized a business back in June. Security video shows the men wandering through the lobby area of a retail advertising business in the Legacy Town Center.
A Plano resident calls police to report a possible home invasion and moments after shoots a man that he says broke into his townhouse.
The University Park Police Department is on the lookout for the person who they believe has committed a series of home burglaries in the area. Since May 16 there have been nine home burglaries on the east side of the city.
The Presley family fireworks stand is called Jack’s Fireworks and it sits along Interstate-20 in Aledo. The area staple has been in the same spot for more than 65 years and owners say not even a sparkler had ever been stolen — until now.
Two young brothers in Fort Worth had a choice between wrong and right… they chose the latter. The boys told police of a burglary and even turned in hush money given to them by the thieves. Tuesday, their heroism was recognized.
Someone damaged dozens of vehicles and homes in Weatherford, with either a pellet or BB gun.