Sunday, June 13, 2021

Update to Home Invasion: Suspect Sketch

The Southlake Police Department is asking for your help in identifying one of the suspects involved in the recent home invasion on May 2, 2017. Police have developed the following sketch:

Suspect Sketch

Once again, this suspect is a white male in his early 30’s, around 6’0″ tall and heavyset. At the time of the offense, he was wearing a baseball cap with a “Cub Scout Leader” emblem in black and neon green embroidery, thin brown wireframe glasses, a long-sleeved button-down dress shirt, dark pants, and dark dress shoes.

If you have any information about this case or the suspects involved, please contact Southlake Police Detective J. Ellis at (817) 748-8123.

Do You Recognize this Suspect

The Southlake Police Department needs your help identifying an individual wanted in connection with a theft at Kohl’s Department store.

The theft occurred on August 25, 2016 just before 10:00 p.m. Video surveillance showed a Hispanic female enter the store, take several items, and then leave through an emergency exit.

The suspect took various electronics merchandise, including a JBL splash proof wireless Bluetooth speaker and a Monster superstar portable Bluetooth speaker. All of the stolen property is valued at a cost of $594.25.

The female is believed to be in her 40’s, approximately 5’ 5”- 5’ 8”, 150-160 pounds and has a tattoo on her right arm and collarbone.

The suspect was seen entering a maroon Chevrolet Suburban with a blue/silver stripe down the side. This individual may be involved in similar thefts at Kohl’s Department store in Lewisville and Keller. If you recognize this individual or have additional information, please contact Detective Josh Ellis at 817-748-8123 or jdellis@ci.southlake.tx.us.
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Southlake Police Advisory – Suspicious Person

The Southlake Police Department is asking residents to use extra caution when answering the door to anyone they do not know. The department has recently received a report of a suspicious male who has approached several homeowners in Southlake and other surrounding cities.

The man reportedly knocks on the door and tells the homeowner that he lives around the corner and is locked out of his house.  He also asks the homeowner if anyone else is home, such as a spouse, and he may ask for a small amount of money.

The man was described as a white male, balding, in his 30s or 40s with tattoos on his arms.  The male may also have facial hair and was last reported to be wearing a red shirt.  Police are looking for any surveillance cameras in the area that may help lead them to this suspect, as well as provide any additional information.

Southlake Police Officers responded to the latest call last night in the 200 block of Timber Lake Dr.  The suspect was gone upon officers’ arrival.  Officers were later called back to the house after the homeowner said she heard someone in her backyard. Officers searched the area but the suspect had already fled.

Southlake Police Officers maintained a heavy presence in the area throughout the night, and detectives continue to investigate to develop leads. Southlake Police are urging residents to stay vigilant and to contact the Police Department if they have any information related to this or a similar incident.  Southlake Police are also asking for any video surveillance from the Timber Lake subdivision to assist with this investigation.

What to do?

  • Keep your doors and windows locked, especially when you are at home
  • Use caution when someone you do not know is at your door
  • Call 9-1-1 if you feel threatened or uncomfortable about a person or situation
  • Report any suspicious activity in your neighborhood (non-emergency number (817) 743-4522.

 

UPDATED: Southlake Police Alert – Police looking into report of suspicious male

UPDATE 2/28 10:40 a.m.
Southlake police officers continue to patrol the area where a student says he was approached by a man in white Ford pickup truck while on his way to Durham Intermediate School Wednesday morning. The student reported that the man asked him to get into his truck. The student said, “No,” immediately leaving the area and reporting it to the School Resource Officer and CISD.

Officers began patrolling all area schools early this morning as the investigation continues into the incident. Our staff police forensic artist met with the student to develop a composite sketch of the man driving the truck. The driver is described as a white male in his mid-50’s, glasses, a light blue ball cap and a grey zip-up jacket. There is no height/weight description to add as the driver was seated in his vehicle.

If you recognize this individual please contact the Southlake Police Department’s CID at 817-748-8341 or Tarrant County Crimestoppers at 817-469 TIPS (8477).

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(2/26/2014)

City of Southlake Police are looking into a report from a Durham Intermediate student who was approached by an unknown male as the student was riding his bike to school this morning. The incident occurred in the area of Durham Intermediate School.  The student reported the incident to the School Resource Officer and police began an immediate investigation.

The vehicle is described as a white Ford pickup truck with tinted windows and no other distinguishing marks. The driver is described as a male in his mid-50’s, glasses, a light-blue ball cap and a grey zip-up jacket. The driver asked the student if he wanted to get into his pickup. The student said, “No,” and continued on to school.

Again, police are investigating and will provide updates as necessary.