Are Two Lexington Break-Ins Connected?

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 11/27/2013 8:04 pm
Lexington police are trying to figure out if two break-ins that happened within an hour of each are connected.

They say someone broke the window of a Shell station on Polo Club Boulevard Tuesday night.

Police say the crook took $4,000 in cigarettes, other tobacco, lottery tickets and stamps.

Investigators say just before that, someone used a concrete block to smash through the front door of Texas Boots on Versailles Road.

Investigators say it doesn't look like anything was taken from Texas Boots.

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