One man has been arrested, but police say three others are on the run after an armed robbery of a Dairy Queen in Sugar Land.
Police say two men wearing masks entered the Dairy Queen at 6520 U.S. Highway 90A, walked into the manager's office, displayed a handgun and demanded money from a safe. The suspect then left an undisclosed amount of money in a silver Impala. No one was hurt.
According to Sugar Land police, an officer located the vehicle in Telfair and there was a short pursuit until the officer lost sight of the Impala. The vehicle and a weapon were recovered in the area.
One suspect was located and detained near a wooded area. Police say he told them three more men were in the woods, so police established a perimeter and searched the woods. The other suspects were not found, though a witness later reported seeing three men run to a recreation center at 300 Cunningham Creek.
The three men were muddy and wet and later left in a blue Honda pilot. They were described as black males with short hair, 18-22 years old and 5 feet 8 inches to 6 feet tall. One had camo pants and a black shirt with money in his hands.
Alexander Davis, 20, was arrested and charged with aggravated robbery and engaging in organized crime.