Lexington Police Searching For Rite Aid Shoplifter

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Updated: 10/20/2013 11:51 pm

Lexington Police said they are looking for a man who stole from a Rite Aid on West Loudon.

Officers said a man walked into the drug store just after noon on Sunday.

They said an employee saw the man shoplifting and confronted him.

According to police, the man threatened the employee saying he had a gun. He then ran off with the items.

Police said no one was hurt at the store.

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