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Lexington Police Questioning Man After Reported Robbery

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 11/06/2013 10:25 pm
Lexington police are questioning a man after a reported robbery.

Investigators say a man was held up at gunpoint around 8:00pm Wednesday night on Chant Court.

The man told police a friend was supposed to come over to buy some stereo equipment.

He says his friend showed up with three other men, and the group later robbed him and drove off.

The man also told police that he had a knife on him when he was robbed, and that he cut one of the men.

Police say they later pulled over a vehicle that matched the description of the car that the robbery suspects left in.

Investigators say a male driver was the only one in the car.

He was taken to the police station for questioning.


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