Lexington police are looking for three armed men who invaded a family's home Friday night, pistol-whipped the husband and escaped on foot with money.
About 9:30 p.m., the family answered a knock at the front door on Arceme Avenue, just off North Limestone, police Lt. Chris VanBrackel said. Three men masked with bandannas and armed with handguns forced their way into the home and demanded money, VanBrackel said.
The wife immediately produced money from her purse, but the husband resisted and was hit across the head with a gun, VanBrackel said. The husband suffered cuts that were stitched at St. Joseph Hospital. The men ran toward North Limestone, VanBrackel said. Two children were home during the robbery, but they were not hurt, he said.