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.
A common sense reminder from police in Carrollton: hide your valuables and lock your vehicles. The warning comes after more than a dozen vehicles were burglarized over the weekend in the neighborhood near Cemetery Drive, Northview and Castille. According to Carrollton Police, all of the vehicles had been left unlocked.
Police are now working together to better educate the public on internet robbery schemes. At a joint news conference representatives from the Arlington, Fort Worth and Grand Prairie Police Departments had a warning for anyone putting items up for sale online.
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.
Fort Worth police think a string of game room robberies are connected after one man is shot during an arcade holdup early Monday morning.
A reward is now being offered for information in a string of Dallas robberies — seven of them happening on and near the Katy Trail.
Police in North Texas have a warning for anyone who buys things from internet sites like Craigslist. The alert comes after several people were robbed.
Police have identified the man who held up the Johnny Joe’s convenience store on September 8th as 20-year-old Michael Ladell Effinger.