Stolen Car Tracked Down With Stolen Cell Phone

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Updated: 8/06/2013 6:50 am
 Police said they tracked down a stolen car taken from a Lexington home by using a cell phone.
 According to police, two men walked into a home on South Broadway Park at around 10:45 p.m. Monday showed gun and demanded computers, cell phones and cash.
 The suspects also took a set of car keys and stole the car.
 Police said they used an app on one of the stolen iPhones and tracked down the stolen car less than three hours later in a parking lot near Red Mile Road and Horseman's Lane.
 They said the keys were still inside.
 They are still searching for the two suspects.

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