Police have arrested a suspect in a May 2 armed home invasion robbery.
Timothy Scott Scoggins, 37, was identified through a DNA match following the examination of evidence left at the residence, according to authorities.
The home invasion happened about 1 p.m. May 2 in the 1400 block of Thetford Court and the arrest was made Friday.
A woman who was home at the time told police that a man walked up to her front door and said he was looking for his dog. When she opened the door, he forced his way in and contacted a second suspect using a walkie-talkie, police said.
The two armed suspects held the victim inside the home and demanded money, she told police. When her son came home, the suspects fled in a black GMC SUV.
Shortly after the robbery occurred, police released a sketch of the suspect who is still at large, showing him in a hat that says "Cub Scout Leader" on the bill. He was described as being in his early 30s and was wearing wire-frame glasses, a long-sleeve button-down dress shirt, dark pants and dark dress shoes, police said. The suspect is about 6-feet tall and heavyset, according to police.
Anyone with information about the suspects is asked to contact Southlake police Detective J. Ellis at firstname.lastname@example.org. or at 817-748-8123.
This story contains information from Star-Telegram archives.