Police Searching For Suspect In Wal-Mart Robbery

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Updated: 6/02/2013 1:25 am

Lexington Police are looking for a man who they said robbed the Wal-Mart on Richmond Road around 9:30 Saturday morning.

According to police, a man walked into the checking area of the store and asked for a money order. They said the man then handed the teller a note demanding money.

Investigators said after he was given the money, the man ran out of the store.

Police are now searching for the suspect pictured in surveillance video. They said he was last seen wearing a blue UK baseball cap, UK hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans.

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