The suspect’s believed to have robbed several Dollar stores in the Oak Cliff area, on or near Fort Worth Avenue between June 2 and June 22.
A 36-year-old North Texas man has been sentenced to more than 25 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to participating in a series of violent jewelry store robberies at shopping malls around Dallas.
They’re called “Fly Bandits” because sometimes one of the suspects wears a shirt that says, “Born Fly” when they rob mobile phone stores.
Children and an elderly woman are among the victims stemming from a Fort Worth robbery spree.
Two of five Collin County burglary suspects have been indicted by a Collin County Grand Jury.
Authorities have caught the final suspect in a string of North Texas home invasion robberies. Octavius Scott was taken into custody early Thursday morning in Houston.
A victim in a string of home invasion robberies is breaking his silence about the terrifying ordeal.
Police in North Texas are warning that thieves are hunting for victims online. Lately these criminals are taking the crimes a step further and setting out to rob people face-to-face.
There’s real concern as driveway robberies continue to happen, especially in east Dallas. The latest victim is a father who fought off an armed gunman in front of his frightened children.
Dallas police are investigating yet another driveway robbery that took place Sunday night — this time, in Oak Cliff. There have been more than 20 similar incidents reported in Dallas since the beginning of the year.
Dallas police are searching for the person or persons responsible for a rash on home robberies. In many cases residents have been victimized in their own driveways.
Some students at UT Arlington say they are concerned about their safety.