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Lexington Police Called To Three Robberies Friday Afternoon

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 11/02/2013 12:24 am
Lexington police say they were called to three robberies Friday afternoon.

Officers say two of the cases could be related.

Police say the first one happened around 2:00 at Oxford Circle and Cambridge Drive.

Investigators say two men with a handgun demanded money from a man, then ran off.

Then around 3:15, police say two men with a handgun robbed a man on Devonport Drive and ran off.

And police think those two robberies could be connected.

In the third robbery, police say a man with a gun stole someone's car on Yellowstone Parkway.

They don't believe that crime is related to the other two.
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