SUV Found In Lexington Pond

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Updated: 1/14/2013 12:48 am
Crews pulled an SUV out of a pond Sunday morning at an apartment complex in Lexington.

Police say no one was inside the vehicle when they found it at The Racquet Club on Crosby Drive around 10:30.

Officers say it does not belong to anyone who live in the apartments.

As of Sunday night, no one had reported the SUV stolen.

Police are still trying to figure out how the car got into the pond and why the owner hasn't come forward yet.
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