Two men arrested in home invasion, one still at-large

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Lexington Police are looking for a third suspect in a Tuesday afternoon home invasion following the arrest of two other suspects.

Police say a man who lives on Arbor Station Way answered a knock on his door around 3:30 p.m.

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The reported victim told police three men pushed their way in, had guns drawn, stole items and left in a car.

Police say at this point, it does not appear the victim and suspects know each other.

The suspect’s car was found a short time later, wrecked at Old Todds Road and Woodhill Drive.

Police say 19-year old Daquis Sharp and 20-year old Stephan Fisher, ran from the accident scene, but were captured.  A third suspect escaped, according to police.

Sharp and Fisher were lodged in the Fayette County Detention Center facing several charges, including robbery and drug trafficking, according to investigators.

Police are asking anyone with information about this case to contact investigators by calling (859) 258-3600.

Anonymous tips, including photos and videos, can be submitted by texting LEXPD plus the tip to CRIMES (274637). Information can also be sent anonymously through Bluegrass Crime Stoppers at (859) 253-2020 or www.bluegrasscrimestoppers.com.

 

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