Police said the suspects may be involved in as many as 11 cases beginning last September, as well as others in Hays County and New Braunfels.
The New Braunfels Police Department is looking for tips to help identify the suspect who is believed to have robbed a pair of convenience stores.
New Braunfels police say ten years later the case is "by no means a cold case" and a limited time $10,000 reward is being offered for information.
Authorities say one person was killed and three people were injured after a crash in New Braunfels on December 29.
New Braunfels police say they are investigating this case as an apparent murder-suicide
Police say there is no indication of foul play.
Body camera footage was released from a traffic incident where a man was pulled over, tased, and arrested for a dirty license plate.
A driver has been arrested and charged with intoxication manslaughter following a fatal head-on collision in New Braunfels on Sunday.
A patrol officer tried to initiate a traffic stop on a white Dodge Ram pickup truck that had been reported stolen earlier in the day.
Officers responded to a call just before 11 p.m. Saturday of a man making threats to employees of a business, says the New Braunfels Police Department.
Police have identified the victims killed by a man in New Braunfels.
The New Braunfels Police Department says it is investigating after an Austin woman was found shot to death in a car.
The FBI said claims made by Living Health New Braunfels that their staff are qualified to administer and interpret COVID-19 tests are false.
According to a release, the Wurstfest Board of Directors met Tuesday to consider input from a committee tasked with monitoring the ongoing pandemic and made the decision to cancel the event.
Officers spoke with the victim, an ATM repairman, who New Braunfels police say was approached by a Black man wearing a red hoodie and a black face mask.
The spike in COVID-19 cases in central Texas was enough to not only stop tubing but also from going to river parks in the city in general.
According to the city, effective at noon June 26, all river parks along the Comal River and Guadalupe River within the city limits of New Braunfels are closing.
Officials say that the donation will help provide food to thousands of area residents who are food insecure or have been economically impacted during the outbreak.
All persons over the age of 10 will be required to wear face coverings, which include homemade masks, scarfs, bandanas, or handkerchiefs, when in public and when social distancing is difficult to meet.
Initially, officials say the parks will only be open to season passholders and reservations will be required for all guests as the parks limit capacity to allow for a phased reopening.