Police Search For Armed Man After Robbery At Lexington Store

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 10/29/2013 9:51 pm
Lexington police are trying to find the armed man who they say held up a store.

Investigators say it happened around 4:15 Tuesday afternoon at 'Cash Into Check' on East New Circle Road at Woodhill Circle Plaza.

Police say a man went into the store and pulled a gun on a clerk and a customer, then demanded money.

Officers say he then ran off with the cash and was last seen crossing Codell Drive.

K-9 units were brought in to help in the search.
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