The Waxahachie Police Department made an arrested a man in connection with a break in at the H&H Grocery Store located at 602 S. Rogers St.

Waxahachie resident Frank Torres Jr., 22, surrendered to police and confessed to the offense Saturday.

On the morning of Dec. 28, 2013, officer William Martin was dispatched to 602 S. Rogers on a burglary report, said Waxahachie Police Lt. Todd Woodruff said.

The owner reported that when he arrived to open the store he noticed someone had broken into the bait room behind the store, Woodruff said.

The interior had been ransacked, he said. A cash register was damaged. Once inside, the suspect also attempted to make entry into the main store area, but was unsuccessful.

The owner provided the officer with surveillance camera photos of a male suspect, Woodruff said. The suspect later turned himself in at the police department, citing hed seen the surveillance pictures circulating on Facebook.

Torres was booked at 10:38 a.m. on Sunday into the Wayne McCollum Detention on the charge of burglary of a building. Torres has a bond totaling $3,000.