A fedora-wearing man with a "stocky build" robbed a Flower Mound Chase Bank location in the 4100 block of Cross Timbers Road on Saturday afternoon, according to police.
The bank asked police not to disclose the amount of money taken in the robbery, according to Flower Mound police Capt. Wess Griffin. The suspect did not appear to have a weapon, and no one was injured in the robbery, according to police.
The suspect is approximately 5-foot-9, wore transition prescription lenses and had a "scruffy, red beard and a lot of acne," according to a police report. He wore a dark jacket with a skull, and the words "Rock and Roll" were printed on his shirt, police say.
Griffin said the suspect left in an unknown direction in an unknown mode of transportation. At this time, police were unsure if there could be other suspects in the robbery. Flower Mound police are said to be assisting the FBI in the ongoing investigation.
Those with information regarding the case may call Flower Mound police at 972-539-0525, or the anonymous tip line at 972-874-3307. Tipsters can reference the case with report number 17049256.
700 block of Park Lane — A 51-year-old woman was reportedly assaulted by her boyfriend during an argument Friday, according to a police report.
The woman was slapped in the face, according to police, and after an investigation police filed a report for family violence assault. Police took photos of the scene and the victim.
5200 block of Par Drive — A man was found with scratches after reportedly being involved in an argument with a girlfriend, according to a police report.
A caller told police that a man and woman were arguing inside an apartment in the area, the report said. Police arrived to find the couple, and found the man was scratched. The woman was reportedly taken to Denton County MHMR Center's triage, the report said.
No further information was immediately available Saturday.
500 block of Simmons Street — A 47-year-old man's vehicle was stolen Thursday from a parking lot near the southwest corner of the downtown Square near Oak Street Drafthouse, according to a police report.
The Denton resident had parked his car about 6:30 p.m. Thursday and returned about 11 p.m. to find his vehicle stolen, the report said. He called police the next morning and notified them that, after searching for his vehicle again, he still was unable to find it.
A police report was filed for the stolen vehicle.
Between 6 a.m. Friday and 6 a.m. Saturday, Denton police responded to 135 calls for service, made eight arrests, filed 15 charges, comprising one felony and 14 misdemeanor charges, and filed 11 reports online.