Lexington Police Searching For Burglary Suspects

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Updated: 5/13/2013 5:43 am
Lexington police are searching for suspects they say burglarized a business Sunday night.

Police said they were called to Fayette Moped at around 11:30 p.m. after an alarm in the business went off.

When they arrived, they found the front door to the business kicked in.

They did not find any suspects, but do say a witness saw two men in a white passenger car pull up...and that one wearing a mask kicked the door in and went inside.

The business owner told ABC-36 that about $25 in change was stolen.

Police said a security camera on an adjacent building that is pointed toward the business could help in their investigation.
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