Erath County Sheriff’s Office searching for suspect in aggravated robbery.


By SARA VANDEN BERGE


The Erath County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public to be on the lookout for a suspect allegedly involved in an aggravated robbery in Frisco.


On the evening of Tuesday, Jan. 12, Erath County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a request for an agency assist from the Stephenville Police Department, according to a press release.


The SPD had received a notification from the Frisco Police Department that a vehicle was taken at gunpoint and was believed to be in Erath County.

Deputies, officers and troopers from the Texas Department of Public Safety began searching for the vehicle.


When the stolen vehicle was located, a pursuit ensued. The suspect driver lost control, causing the vehicle to wreck.


One occupant was detained at the scene and another captured a short time later.


The driver, who is still on the run, has been identified as Brandon S. Lilley. He has been described as a white male last seen wearing a red shirt and designer jeans.


Law enforcement officials say he might be armed and advise to call 9-1-1 if you see him.


A warrant for Lilley’s arrest has been issued by the Frisco Police Department.


The female occupant was detained and later released. The other male occupant was arrested on an unrelated warrant.