Lexington Police Track Down Burglary Suspect

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Updated: 6/26/2013 8:38 pm
Lexington police tracked down a suspect wanted in connection to two Lexington burglaries last week.

Ian Satterfield, 19, was arrested Tuesday. Police were searching for Satterfield for a burglary at a home on Pimlico and another on Lin Wal.

The burglaries happened on Friday and, in both cases, the residents were home.

According to court documents, in the Pimlico burglary, Satterfield went into the home along with another suspect. The other suspect pulled out a gun and robbed the resident there.

Lexington police are still searching for three other people believed to be involved--Ivan Satterfield, Whitney Wright, and Jordan Cole.
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