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If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at 859-253-2020 or submit a Web Tip .  You do not have to give your name.  CRIME STOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $1000 and you can remain anonymous. 


2/2/2016 - Quality Inn RobberiesSOLVED
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THE FIRST INCIDENT OCCURRED IN EARLY DECEMBER.  A FEMALE ENTERED THE LOBBY OF THE QUALITY INN AND DEMANDED CASH FROM THE OVERNIGHT ATTENDANT.  SHE IMPLIED A WEAPON AND WHEN HE CALLED HER BLUFF, SHE FLED WITHOUT ACCOMPLISHING THE THEFT.  SHE RETURNED IN MID JANUARY.  THIS TIME, SHE BROUGHT A HANDGUN.  THE ATTENDANT COMPLIED AND SHE ESCAPED WITH AN UNDISCLOSED AMOUNT OF CASH.

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1/26/2016 - Christmas Card Mail TheftSOLVED
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Just before Christmas, a victim in Lexington mailed out dozens of cards to friends and familiy by placing them in the post office drop box located at Bluegrass Station on Lansdowne Drive. Several of the cards never made it to their destinations. This suspect was caught on camera using a gift card contained inside one of the stolen envelopes

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1/19/2016 - Foodland Burglary
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JUST BEFORE 3AM, A MALE WHITE IN HIS 20S APPROACHED THE FOODLAND CONVENIENCE STORE CARRYING A LARGE ROCK AND HAVING A TSHIRT PULLED UP OVER HIS HEAD.  HE SMASHED HIS WAY INTO THE BUSINESS AND STOLE SEVERAL HUNDRED DOLLARS IN ROLLS OF QUARTERS AND LOTTERY TICKETS.  HIS IMAGE WAS CAPTURED ON CAMERA.

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1/12/2016 - Apartment Complex Tool Thefts

Lexington Police are searching for any witnesses or clues into the whereabouts of thousands of dollars in stolen tools. During the months of November and December, 13 Apartment complex tool sheds on the city`s Southeast side were broken into. All of their power tools including saws, drills, water pumps, and electrical meters have been stolen.  We believe the items may have been traded for drugs.

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1/5/2016 - Copperfield LFA SuspectSOLVED
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AT AROUND 2:30AM THIS SUSPECT WAS CAUGHT ON CAMERA GOING THROUGH THE VICTIM’S CAR AND STEALING AN IPAD VALUED AT OVER $1000.  IT WAS ACTIVATED THE FOLLOWING DAY IN GEORGETOWN, KY.  THERE HAVE BEEN APPROXIMATELY 15 THEFTS FROM VEHICLES IN THE AREA AND LEXINGTON POLICE ARE ASKING FOR HELP IN IDENTIFYING THIS MAN.   

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12/29/2015 - Speedway Robbery
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JUST BEFORE 2AM, A MALE WHITE SUBJECT DESCRIBED AS 5’10” 250LBS WITH BROWN EYES APPROACHED THE BUSINESS ON FOOT FROM THE SIDE OF THE BUILDING AND CONFRONTED THE CLERK WHO WAS OUTSIDE ON HER BREAK.  HE TOLD HER HE DID NOT WISH TO HARM HER AND ORDERED HER INSIDE.  HE DEMANDED THE CASH FROM THE REGISTER.  THE CLERK THOUGHT SHE HIT THE PANIC BUTTON BUT FAILED.  THE SUSPECT ESCAPED THE AREA ON FOOT.  AN OFFICER DRIVING BY STOPPED IN TO CHECK ON THE BUSINESS LESS THAN 10 MINUTES LATER AND WAS ADVISED OF THE ROBBERY.

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12/22/2015 - Masterson Car Break Ins
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THE MASTERSON STATION AREA HAS BEEN EXPERIENCING A HIGHER THAN NORMAL LEVEL OF THEFTS FROM VEHICLES.  THIS SUBJECT WAS CAPTURED ON CAMERA AT 2:30AM THREE NIGHTS IN A ROW BOTH STEALING AND ATTEMPTING TO GET  TO GET INTO OTHER VEHICLES IN THE AREA.  A FIREARM WAS STOLEN AS WELL AS SEVERAL ELECTRONIC DEVICES.

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12/15/2015 - Circle K Robbery Buckhorn Drive
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JUST BEFORE MIDNIGHT ON OCTOBER 16TH, A MALE BLACK ENTERED THE CIRCLE K WHILE THE STORE CLERK WAS RESTOCKING THE SHELVES.  HE HAD A WHITE CLOTH PULLED UP OVER HIS FACE.  HE DREW A BLACK PISTOL AND DEMANDED CASH AND NEWPORT CIGARETTES.  THE CLERK COMPLIED AND THE SUBJECT SLOWLY AND CASUALLY MADE HIS WAY OUT OF THE STORE. 

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12/8/2015 - Back to Back RobberiesSOLVED
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ON NOVEMBER 22 FROM 9:30PM TO 10:00PM A SUBJECT ROBBED TWO DOWNTOWN CONVENIENCE STORES IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO ONE ANOTHER.  IN BOTH OCCASSIONS, HE HAD A LOOKOUT AND ENTERED THE STORE AT A HIGH RATE OF SPEED MAKING LOUD VERBAL DEMANDS AND POINTING A BLACK SEMI AUTOMATIC HANDGUN AT THE CLERKS.  ONCE HE OBTAINED THE CASH, HE FLED ON FOOT BOTH TIMES WITH HIS ACCOMPLICE

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12/2/2015 - Community Trust Bank RobberySOLVED
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JUST AFTER 1PM, A SUBJECT WITH HIS FACE COVERED ENTERED THE BANK AND IMMEDIATELY WALKED BEHIND THE TELLER COUNTER AND BEGAN TAKING MONEY FROM THE CASH DRAWER.  HE WAS ARMED WITH A TASER.  HE DEMANDED THE TELLER OPEN AN ADDITIONAL DRAWER WITH MORE CASH AND THE TELLER COMPLIED.  THE SUBJECT FLED THE AREA ON FOOT.  HE IS SUSPECTED TO BE THE SAME SUSPECT FROM A ROBBERY AT CHASE BANK IN MAY OF THIS YEAR.

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