The WFPD Financial Crimes Unit needs your help identifying the man in the red shirt.
The WFPD Financial Crimes Unit is trying to identify a man they say is stealing checks out of mailboxes.
A Wichita Falls mother is charged with tampering or fabricating physical evidence after police say she stole jeans from a store and used her children's stroller to hide the items.
Authorities are still searching for the suspects involved in the first Wichita Falls homicide of the year following a fatal shooting on Yuma Trail.
18-year-old Michael Zapata is facing charges of indecency with a child and online solicitation of a minor.
The Iowa Park Police Department is asking for your help solving a crime.
A family of three heard several gun shots outside their home Thursday night, and police are still searching for the suspect.
Wichita Falls police say two suspects are in custody in connection with recent burglaries in area pharmacies and other locations.
Most categories of crime in Wichita Falls declined in 2014, with the exception of rapes, which rose significantly.
For some criminals, every day is April Fools' Day.
The man accused of destroying the Ten Commandments monument at the Oklahoma State Capitol is talking about what led up to the alleged crime.
Sgt. Harold McClure clarifies the report stating "Wichita Falls is the 15th deadliest city in the state of Texas."
Two overnight robberies in Wichita Falls are under investigation.
Kentucky teen captured after taking his 13-year-old girlfriend on a multi-state crime spree talks about their time on the run.
A man wanted in connection with a December home invasion is now behind bars.
Police say Jeremy Brasier who also goes by "Catfish" is wanted for burglary of a habitation.
Property crimes are down in Wichita Falls and as we found out the WFPD is saying the change is thanks to a new way of doing their jobs.
A quiet walk for Rosa Pickett quickly became a fight for her life.
Cafeteria worker fired after paying two boys to beat up 4th grader who'd offended her.
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