Burglary Suspect Breaks In Through Roof

Reported by: Amanda Stevenson
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Updated: 5/01/2013 7:18 am
 Lexington police said a suspected burglar got into three business Wednesday morning through the roof.
 The suspect managed to get into two of the businesses and rummage around undetected but when he went into the third, police said he tripped an alarm.
 The owner of the business showed up and spotted the suspect.
 Police said the suspect then ran out the back of the store.
 The owner was able to give police a description of the suspect.
 Police said it's unclear at this point if anything was stolen from the stores.


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