Update: New Details In Castlewood Park Robbery

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Updated: 11/12/2013 10:11 pm
We're learning more about a robbery that police say happened at a Lexington park.

Police say a man was at Castlewood Park Monday night when a woman approached him asking him to buy her diapers.

Police say he agreed to help her.

According to officials, when the woman went to use the restroom, two men in hoodies pulled knives on the victim.

Police say the robbers took off with the man's cash and other personal items.

Officers say the woman disappeared.

They believe she set the man up to be robbed.

No arrests yet in the case.


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