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Lexington Police Looking Suspects in Saturday Night Homicide

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Updated: 5/26/2013 9:35 pm
     Lexington Police are looking for  suspects that shot and killed a 26 year-old man.

     Police say they were called to 653 Carver Road around 10:40pm Saturday night.

     The coroner says the victim was Jered Taylor.

     Police say when they got there they did CPR on Taylor until the ambulance arrived.

     According to the coroner, Taylor was taken to UK Hospital where he died from the gunshot wound.

     Officers talked to a witness who called in the accident and said two men in dark t-shirts and jeans  ran away from the scene.

     They say no suspects have been arrested at this time.

     The homicide remains under investigation.
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