JACKSONVILLE — Rizwan Khan owns the "Fast-Trac" convenience store on the corner of FM 2138 and South Bolton in Jacksonville.
On Tuesday night, 2 men dressed in dark clothing and 'Halloween' type masks robbed the store with a handgun and a rifle.
Khan says it's one of many robberies in Jacksonville over the past few weeks.
He and other convenience store owners have been worried.
"It was terrible, I mean, we were like all scared...honestly," Khan said.
Cherokee County Sheriff James Campbell tells KETK... by the time authorities arrived, the suspects took money from the register, robbed a customer and ran away from the store.
Soon after, a state trooper spotted a vehicle near Love's Lookout that fit the description of the one the county was looking for.
The trooper found 4 Jacksonville residents inside... Aaron Albert, Wayne Frangiosa, Cody Kirby, and Brianna Hale.
"They did find some guns, they found the mask, gloves, the black outfits they had on, and one of the suspects ran," Campbell said.
Jacksonville Police and K-9 units were called in to help.
"The terrain was extremely, extremely tough, they had to pick up the dogs sometimes and carry it because it was so bad," Campbell said.
It was a 'FLIR' helicopter from Longview that eventually led to the man's capture -- FLIR is an infra-red system that senses body heat.
Belal Omary works at another convenience store in Jacksonville that got robbed just last week in a similar fashion.
He's glad at least one case is solved.
"I'm thinking the police are doing a good job! I hope they catch the others," Omary said.
Sheriff Cambpell says the county as well as Jacksonville police are investigating.
The sheriff tells KETK, the suspects are charged with organized crime, some are charged with felony possesion of a firearm, aggravated robbery -- one was even charged with possession of marijuana.
And they're all on $550,000 bond.
Sheriff Cambpell also says they are looking for one more person who may have been involved.