Quick Arrest Made After Lexington Bank Robbery

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Updated: 2/24 8:16 pm
Police have a suspect in custody after a Lexington bank robbery.

Officers said a man held up Central Bank on Richmond Road just after 9:00 Monday morning.

Investigators accuse Robert Goins in the robbery.

According to police, Goins robbed the bank, then went to a nearby gas station and hitched a ride.

Investigators said Devin Lovette was the driver who gave Goins a ride.

Police said they did not believe Lovette knew anything about the bank robbery.

But he was still arrested on four unrelated warrants.

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