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Convenience Store Clerk Unmasks Suspect During Lexington Robbery

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Lexington police released an image of a robbery suspect after a convenience store owner removed the suspect's mask. Lexington police released an image of a robbery suspect after a convenience store owner removed the suspect's mask.

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LEXINGTON, Oklahoma -- A convenience store clerk managed to pull the mask off one of two men who robbed his store.

The masked men rushed into the One East Convenience store Wednesday, March 30. While one man fought with the owner, the other stole cash and cigarettes.

During the struggle, the owner was able to pull off the robber's mask, and surveillance cameras captured video of his face.

If you recognize either suspect, call Lexington police at (405) 527-9881.

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