2 Men Suspected In String Of Neighborhood Robberies

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 8/26/2013 6:58 pm
Lexington Police are looking for two men who they suspect are involved in 3 robberies in 3 nights in the Winburn neighborhood of Lexington.

Police say an attempted robbery took place Sunday night on Ward Drive when two men, one with a gun, tried to rob two people.

According to police, neighbors were able to scare off the suspected robbers.

Sunday night was the third night in a row of robberies on Ward and McCullough Drives.

Families who live in the area said they don't feel safe, especially at night.

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