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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Police have identified several suspects they say are behind a pair of home invasions.
Lexington police say the group forced their way into homes on Lin-wal Drive and on Pimilico Parkway last Friday. Once inside, they robbed the victims.
Police have identified the group as Ian Satterfield, Ivan Satterfield, Whitney Wright and Jordan Cole. Police say Ian Satterfield should be considered armed and dangerous.
The group is thought to be driving a silver 4-door Chevy Cavalier with tinted windows.
Police say the victim of the robbery at Pimlico Drive knew at least a few of the people who robbed him.
WKYT's Elizabeth Dorsett spoke to the woman who has been victimized over on Lin Wal, and she said she considered two of the suspects to be like family.
Jenny Braddock said she heard a commotion in her living room, and when she went to check it out, she saw five people rifling through her family's things and taking whatever they wanted.
Braddock says she immediately recognized the five people as five as Ivan and Ian Satterfield, Whitney Wright, Jordan Cole and a 17-year old girl whose name police have asked us not to release.
Braddock tells us the Satterfield brothers are cousins of her ex-boyfriend's. The two had lived with her for several months previously.
She says that's why she couldn't believe they'd broken into her home and taken hundreds of dollars worth of her son's things at gunpoint.