KATY, Texas -

Fort Bend County deputies said they have arrested a theft suspect they have been looking for since May.

Deputies said they were called to a grocery store located in the 6600 block of Fry Road in the Katy area on May 10 concerning an aggravated robbery case. A man wearing what appeared to be a safety vest entered the store and stole approximately $200 in merchandise. As the subject was leaving the store, deputies said he displayed a knife and threatened to stab an employee of the business who had approached him.

Deputies believe the same suspect committed a theft from another grocery store in Katy. That crime happened in the 25000 block of FM 1093 on May 1.

Friday, deputies announced they have arrested a man they believe committed the crimes.

Anthony Lee Miller, 30, has been indicted and charged with aggravated robbery. He is being held in the Harris County Jail pending prosecution on unrelated charges and extradition to Fort Bend County. His bond has been set at $25,000.