Garland police are trying to identify and catch the man they say robbed at least one cell phone store, but likely more.
A masked man has been holding up Fort Worth businesses at gun point.
Fort Worth police are searching for two women who they say wear wigs and ripoff banks. Only they believe they’re dealing with two different serial robbers.
There’s a lot of frustration at the Dallas Police Department as authorities continue to search for the person responsible for a number of insurance companies and now a retail store robbery in the Oak Cliff and Buckner Boulevard areas.
Forth Worth police announced they apprehended a suspect in connection with the robbery of the Chase Bank at 1523 S. University Drive in Fort Worth.
Authorities now have a better idea of what the elusive, armed criminal dubbed the Mesh Mask Bandit looks like. The man is believed to have robbed at least 17 North Texas banks, since December 31, 2012.
A string of attacks, targeting Hispanic men in east Plano, have police there concerned.
Police in Fort Worth believe one man is responsible for at least 16 aggravated robberies within city limits and across Tarrant County since June. Now the department is asking for your help finding out who he is.
If you had to pick a place to rob — a police station would probably be at the bottom of the list. That would be you. But one would-be North Texas robber apparently thought PD was a good place to ‘knock off.’
Wednesday morning in Fort Worth involved three bakeries, three robbers and back-to-back holdups.
Police want your help in catching a serial bank robber. The man in question is suspected in 3 bank robberies in Plano and up to seven across the Metroplex.
The FBI is using digital billboards in an attempt to find a serial bank robber dubbed the “Granddad Bandit.”