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Helicopter Helps Police Look For Shoplifting Suspects

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 8/23/2013 12:55 am
A helicopter helped Lexington Police look for two shoplifting suspects.

Officers say it started Thursday night when two men stole vitamins from Walmart in Hamburg.

Police say one of the men pushed a store worker when they tried to stop them from leaving.

A Lexington Police helicopter happened to be in the area for training and also helped in the search.

Investigators say they didn't find the men.

But they impounded a car from the Walmart parking lot which police believe belongs to one of the men.
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