Police Investigate String Of Thefts At Hispanic Businesses

Many Hispanic business owners are on edge tonight, after another Mexican grocery store is robbed at gunpoint.
The most recent robbery occurred last night just before 11p.m. at Mariana's Tienda in the Woodhill Shopping Center.
Police say two Hispanic men walked in, showed a gun and demanded all the money.
It's the 7th report of this type of robbery in the last few months.
Police do not have a detailed description of the suspects; other than both were wearing bandannas over their faces.

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  • by Mark Location: Lexington on Jul 23, 2007 at 06:08 AM
    This crime like the other daytime robberies of "HISPANIC" businesses should be solved immediately because of the good working relationship between the Lexington Police Department and the Hispanic Community. The police department refuses to enforce the laws against illegal alien invaders so they will communicate with the department. Wonder why all the other instances of gang crime have not been resolved? Is it possible that failure to enforce the laws only creates more criminal behavior? Could it be that illegals aliens still won't talk to the police because they are afraid of the Mexican Mafia? They know the Mexican Mafia enforces their rule of law. Why would any one report to the Lexington Police who doesn't. That would be suicide.


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