Police Dog Leads Officers To Lexington Bank Robbery Suspect

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 1/28/2013 7:26 pm
Lexington Police say a police dog led them to a bank robbery suspect Monday.

Police it started around 9:00am when a man went into the Central Bank on Tates Creek and handed a teller a note.

But the teller didn't comply.

Police say the man ran, and a police dog eventually tracked him to a nearby Kroger.

Police say Duane Lee is now accused of second-degree robbery.
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