Attempted Robbery At Gunpoint On A Lexington Street

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Updated: 1/09/2013 6:40 am
 A driver was left with a broken car window following an attempted robbery in Lexington.
 The four victims told police they parked their car on Hartland Parkway and Rothbury Road at around 12 a.m. Wednesday when another car that was following them stopped on the street and three masked men got out and rushed toward their car.
 The victims told police two of the suspects were holding guns and demanded money.
 They said one of the suspects broke out the driver's window with his gun when the driver refused to open the door.
 Eventually they said the suspects gave up and took off, getting away with nothing.
 Police said they do not have a good description of the suspects and have not made any arrests. 
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