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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Southlake police need your help identifying a suspect wanted in connection with a theft.
On Wednesday, August 3, 2016, an officer from the Southlake Police Department was dispatched to the True Religion retail store located in the 200 block of Grand Avenue in reference to a theft.
Upon arrival, the officer met with an employee who stated a black male entered the store around 1:00 p.m. and took eight pairs of True Religion brand jeans before exiting the store without paying for the merchandise. The jeans are valued at more than $1,400 dollars.
The employee described the male as being approximately five feet-two inches tall, weighing about one hundred-twenty pounds, with short hair. He was wearing a blue shirt and black pants.
The male left in a black older model (2005) Chrysler 300 passenger vehicle driven by a black female. The vehicle reportedly had no window tint, no front license plate, and had scratches on the front passenger-side door.
If you recognize this individual, or have any information about this theft, please contact Detective Chris Melton at 817-748-8129 or email@example.com
The Southlake Police Department would like your help in identifying these two individuals wanted in connection with a reported theft.
On June 27, 2016, an officer from the Southlake Police Department was dispatched to the Sunglass Hut located in Southlake Town Square. The officer spoke with an employee of the Sunglass Hut who wanted to report a theft that had occurred on June 20th. The employee stated that two black females (Pictures attached), entered the store and took multiple pairs of sunglasses. The employee said the female wearing the black t-shirt distracted her while the female in the white t-shirt took the sunglasses and placed them in her purse.
Southlake Police immediately began an investigation and obtained video surveillance of the pair. They are both described as being five feet-seven inches tall, weighing approximately two hundred-twenty pounds each.
The stolen sunglasses are valued at more than $1,500 dollars.
If you recognize these two individuals or have additional information, please contact Detective Chris Melton at 817-748-8129 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Southlake Police Department is seeing another increase in burglaries of motor vehicles in the last six weeks. We are aware that many Southlake residents are discussing this trend and that discussion will help us spread the word to residents to be extra vigilant when parking or leaving their vehicles.
Since February 3rd, 2016, there have been fourteen (14) Burglary of Motor Vehicles (BMV). Several have occurred at local daycares, during drop off and pick up times, while others have occurred near homes and parking areas.
In several cases, car doors were unlocked with valuables left inside. In other cases, car doors were locked but valuables were left in plain view prompting thieves to smash windows and grab purses and other items.
Remember it only takes seconds for a thief to steal your valuables. Police Chief James Brandon says,”Thieves will watch and wait near places such as day care centers, and parks to see if you take your purse or valuables with you. If they observe you leaving your vehicle empty-handed, they will take that as an opportunity to look inside your vehicle and take what they want.” Always be aware of your surroundings.
You may hear the words, “Hide, Lock, Take” a lot but it’s important to follow these guidelines every day. Hide your things, Lock your car, and Take your Keys.
We appreciate citizens working with the Southlake Police Department to help reduce thefts and burglaries of vehicles. Together we can make a difference.
The Southlake Police Department wants to remind residents to use caution when having packages delivered to their doorstep especially during the holiday season. Police are currently working a case of mail theft in Southlake. The theft occurred on November 14th in the 2100 block of Cheyenne Park Lane.
The homeowner stated that several packages were taken from his front porch. Southlake Police are releasing three images taken from the resident’s home video surveillance system in the hopes that anyone who recognizes this individual will contact police.
The video shows a vehicle making a slow pass by the victim’s residence before making a U-turn and approaching the house. The vehicle is described as a silver passenger vehicle, possibly a newer model Honda Fit. The suspect’s vehicle has one rim/hubcap missing on the front passenger side.
The suspect shown in the surveillance video is a white male, wearing a black ball cap with a red emblem, a light colored jacket, blue jeans and black shoes. He also appears to have a pair of work gloves in his back right pocket.
Additional Tips for Preventing Mail Theft:
Packages that are left unattended make for easy targets for criminals. Package thefts commonly occur during normal working hours (8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.) when many people are not home. To avoid being a victim, here are some tips to prevent packages from being stolen from your front porch:
The Southlake Police Department needs your help in identifying two individuals who are wanted in connection with a theft at the Sunglass Hut in Town Square. The theft occurred at 12:30 pm. on Monday, September 21, 2015.
The male, seen in this photo, made contact with an employee telling him he was from Orlando, Florida and his female companion was showing him around Southlake for the day.
Moments later, the male reportedly grabbed a pair of Gucci sunglasses and a pair of Prada Linia Rosa sunglasses concealing them in a bag he had carried with him into the store. He left the store without paying for the sunglasses.
At this time, police are uncertain if the female companion was involved in the theft.
If you recognize either of these two individuals you are asked to contact Detective Chris Melton at (817) 748-8129 or email@example.com.
The Southlake Police Department needs your help identifying the man and woman seen in this surveillance video from a 7-11 store in Irving. The pair is wanted in connection with theft of a vehicle, credit cards and ID Theft.
The vehicle theft occurred on June 30th, between 4:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. A 1999 Gold Ford Explorer with the Texas license plate number FGX0266 was stolen from behind the victim’s business located in the 2100 block of E. Southlake Blvd.
The victim reported the stolen vehicle along with several credit cards and a Uniden Pro-34 Police Scanner. The victim’s Discover Card was used at a 7-11 convenience store located at 3321 Walnut Hill Lane in Irving, Texas around 7:00 p.m. The pair attempted to use the victim’s Discover Card again at Nordstrom in Hurst and at a Wal-Mart a short time later but both purchases were declined.
If you can help identify either subject or have additional information regarding this crime, please contact Detective Chris Melton at (817) 728-8129 or firstname.lastname@example.org
In Texas, a vehicle is burglarized every 2 ½ minutes and a vehicle is stolen every 5 minutes. Those statistics are staggering especially when combined with a recent increase in vehicle burglaries in several North Texas cities, including Southlake.
To help keep citizens from becoming a victim of theft, the Southlake Police Department is urging everyone to be more vigilant about locking their car doors and checking to make sure items of value are not visible to thieves.
Police say it only takes seconds for a thief to break into a vehicle and steal a purse, wallet or other valuables; which can also lead to identity theft.
Working together to reduce crime, Carroll ISD and the Southlake Police Department have placed “Hide, Lock, Take” signs in school parking lots. The signs serve as a reminder for drivers to Hide your things, Lock your car, and Take your keys.