Frisco Police Arrest Armed Robbery Suspect
Frisco Police bag an armed robbery suspect shortly after he allegedly held-up the Loaf-N-Jug on Main Street.
Around 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 2, police say a man wearing a navy blue ski mask and dark ski jacket entered the gas station, showed the clerk a handgun, and demanded money. The clerk complied and gave the robber an undisclosed amount of cash from the register. The suspect left the store and fled eastbound in the alley behind the store.
Police called in assistance from the Sheriff’s Office K9 team. The dog tracked a scent to a house on Creekside Drive. Police contacted the owner, who gave officers permission to enter and search the house. Inside the garage, officers located a man matching the robber’s description, a ski jacket, and cash inside a refrigerator. Police arrested the man and he is now being held in the County Jail.
Police describe the suspect as a 26-year-old white male from Indiana, but are not releasing his name at this time. Police are still investigating the motive for the crime. Police are also looking into the man’s relationship with the homeowner, but say the homeowner was cooperative during the search.
No one was hurt in the incident.