Police in Fort Worth are asking for public assistance in identifying two men that robbed a mobile phone business on Eastchase Parkway.
The sounds that rang out in the last few minutes of Thursday night were unusual. Bullets pierced the windows and hood of a Dallas police squad car, during a shootout between two officers and their suspects.
Twenty five criminal suspects were mistakenly freed from jail due to a computer glitch, according to Dallas Police.
There are still no suspects identified or in custody for the hit-and-run crash that left a 13-year-old boy dead and his mother in critical condition, but Dallas police have identified a person of interest.
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.
On January 17 an argument led to a weapon being drawn, a foot chase and lastly a deadly shooting. Now police are asking for your help identifying those responsible for the murder.
When armed robbers held an entire office at gunpoint this week — they had no idea their victims, would be the ones to help track them down. Employees at the mobile app company turned to some of the things they know best — a computer and an app.
University Park police are asking for the public’s help identifying the two men pictured in the sketch above.
The search is on for some smash-and-grab thieves. They are on the loose, but have been caught on camera, targeting mothers outside North Texas daycare centers.
When the Dallas Police Department’s METRO Task Force goes knocking, they’re after the city’s most wanted criminals.
Police are searching for two suspects who robbed an elderly couple in the driveway of their Highland Park home. The couple had just come back from dinner when two suspects approached them in their driveway.
One North Texas police department is asking for help from the public identifying the men who committed two aggravated robberies in a two-day period.