Lexington Police Release Surveillance Video Of CVS Robbery

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 8/27/2012 8:46 pm
Lexington Police are hoping surveillance video will help them identify a robber.

Investigators say someone 'phoned in' a robbery to a CVS Pharmacy on Harrodsburg Road back on August 18th.

Police just released the surveillance tape.

They say a man called the store and told a clerk to put prescription drugs in a bag and to put the bag in the drive-thru pick-up window.

The man claimed to have a gun, and claimed to be in the store.

Later video shows a man taking that bag from the window.

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