Police: Father And Son Robbed In Lexington

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Updated: 8/07 2:58 pm
Police are looking for the men who investigators said robbed a father and son in Lexington.

Officers said it happened around 11:00 Wednesday night as the two were entering their apartment on Cambridge Drive.

The father and son told police that two men pushed their way in behind them, and told them to get on the ground.

The victims reportedly said one of the men appeared to be armed with a handgun.

Officers said the robbers took the victims' wallets and took off in a red or maroon Pontiac Grand Prix.

According to police, there was a woman and a child in the house at the time, but no one was hurt.

Police said they were still looking for the two robbers.

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