Police Investigate Second Hispanic Grocery Store Robbery In A Week

Police investigate the second robbery of a Hispanic-owned business in the last week.

The Super Mercado Aguascalienties on Woodhill drive was hit around 10 last night.

Police say two Hispanic men, both wearing bandannas over their faces, walked in, showed two guns, and grabbed cash from the register.

Aguacalientes did not have surveillance cameras, but owners say they're now in the process of installing them.

Another Mexican grocery store, just across the street from this one was hit last Sunday.

Five others across central Kentucky have also been robbed in the past few months.

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  • by Mark Location: Lexington on Jul 30, 2007 at 05:33 AM
    Thank You Jim Newberry. You have created a sanctuary city supreme. We can look forward to a lot more crime and related costs. How many police officers do you think it will take to control the gangs? You are a one term mayor thank God.


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