A North Texas woman says thieves stole something that was irreplaceable and she is pleading they return it, no questions asked.
Over the past few days, Dallas business owners have fought back against thieves who have tried to rip them off.
Some thefts in a North Texas city have police truly digging for clues. Police in one North Texas city say someone has been stealing ornamental grasses and flowers from the city’s plant beds.
Detectives say two men and a woman are stealing credit cards and using them to buy tens of thousands of dollars in merchandise.
It was a crushing blow for Linda Diaz. She didn’t know how she was going to tell her 12-year-old son, Christopher, he had cancer. Just days later she had to try and explain why someone burglarized their home. Burglars
You’ve heard of police using bait cars to catch car thieves. Now, police on the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) campus have turned to GPS technology to try and stop a string of bicycle thefts.
North Texas thieves are now targeting ambulances. And the vehicles are getting robbed right outside emergency rooms.
The Parker County Sheriff’s Department says thieves have stolen or damaged air conditioning units at seven different churches in the area, and that’s just in the last three months.
A rash of copper thefts creates a big problem for the Fort Worth school district.
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