Three Robberies Wednesday Night

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Updated: 12/05/2013 5:53 pm
Lexington police worked three separate robberies Wednesday night.

Police responded to a call reporting a pharmacist held at knife-point at the C & C Pharmacy off Maple Leaf Drive around 5 p.m.

The owner says the suspect was a known customer, and he left the store with a bottle pills.

The pharmacist was not hurt.

A short time later, two men held up a woman at gunpoint on Fairmont Court, and took her purse, cell phone and her car.
Police say the vehicle was a 1991 grey Toyota Camry.

Officers say they only got a vague description of the suspects.

Later in the evening, four suspects jumped a man as he was walking through the parking lot of the Lexington Ice Center on Eureka Springs Drive.

The victim says the four men started beating him and took his cell phone.

He says the suspects knocked his glasses off during the attack, and he could only say they were all wearing hoodies.

The victim suffered some cuts to his face and was treated at the scene.
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