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Arrests Made In Recent Robberies

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Updated: 2/04 4:29 pm
The Lexington Police have charged two men with eight recent robberies and attempted robberies.

Here are the locations police say are linked:

1/30/2014 – Cirilla’s
1/31/2014 - Speedway
1/31/2014 – Underground Printing
1/31/2014 – Wong Wong Chinese Restaurant
2/01/2014 – Sir Pizza
2/01/2014 – Shell
2/02/2014 – Baskin Robbins
2/03/2014 – Game Stop

Police have charged Richard Squires and Brian Jackson, in connection with the robberies.

They began at the end of January.

Both have been charged with multiple counts of Robbery 1st Degree, in connection to above listed investigations.

Anyone with additional information are asked to contact the Division of Police at (859)258-3600.

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