The Sheriff's Office had also been notified of the alarm at "Simply Beautiful Salon," and Deputy George Edings responded.
The business owner, Kenneth Chism, was holding the suspect at gunpoint, waiting on the arrival of the deputy.
When Edings' arrived, he saw that Chism was detaining the burglar, who was later identified as Joshua Ray Theobald, 18. Theobald was arrested and taken into custody. Deputies also learned that Chism had taken a Marksman BB Pistol that Theobald had on him.
Investigators think Theobald had broken into the business through the back door. Deputies recovered approximately $225 in cash from Theobald, as well as a pocket knife, flashlight and three lighters.
Theobald told the deputies that an accomplice had been involved. Investigators are still looking into that possibility.
Theobald was charged with commercial burglary, theft of property and probation violation.
He was taken to the Detention Center and bond set at $30,000. He will appear in Baxter County Circuit Court on March 18.