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Fayette Mall Robbery

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Updated: 12/09/2011 3:08 pm
Lexington police say a woman was robbed while leaving the Fayette Mall this morning. They say it happened a little after 10 near the Dillard's entrance. A man with a hoodie over his head approached the victim....said he had a weapon....then demanded her money and jewelry. He took her belongings, pushed her to the ground, then ran off. No arrests have been made yet. We'll have more on this robbery coming tonight on ABC 36 news at 5.
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