Woman Gives Up Attempted Robbery Suspect To Police

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Updated: 5/05 5:29 am
 Police said a man who tried to rob a Lexington Subway not only failed but was also given up by the woman he drove with to the attempted robbery.

 Investigators said the man walked into the store on Saron Drive around 7:15 p.m. and passed a note to employees asking for cash.
 He then verbally demanded money and he workers reportedly told him 'no.'
 Police said he then tried to get behind the counter but employees stopped him.
 Police said the man headed to his car, drove off and left his passenger in the parking lot.  The woman who was riding with him gave information on the suspect to authorities, according to officers. 

Police are now trying to determine if the man is linked to two other recent robberies.

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