Lexington firefighters checked out a Toyota Prius on Wednesday morning after it was pulled out of the water from a pond in front of the Firebrook Subdivision on Harrodsburg Road, near the Jessamine County line. A fired department dive team entered the water and searched the car and surrounding area. Lexington Police Lt. Mark Brand said the car had been stolen from a home on Mason Headley and was found in the pond. There were no injuries. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
Lexington firefighters checked out a Toyota Prius on Wednesday morning after it was pulled out of the water from a pond in front of the Firebrook Subdivision on Harrodsburg Road, near the Jessamine County line. A fired department dive team entered the water and searched the car and surrounding area. Lexington Police Lt. Mark Brand said the car had been stolen from a home on Mason Headley and was found in the pond. There were no injuries. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Lexington firefighters checked out a Toyota Prius on Wednesday morning after it was pulled out of the water from a pond in front of the Firebrook Subdivision on Harrodsburg Road, near the Jessamine County line. A fired department dive team entered the water and searched the car and surrounding area. Lexington Police Lt. Mark Brand said the car had been stolen from a home on Mason Headley and was found in the pond. There were no injuries. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

Stolen car pulled from pond near Lexington subdivision

January 09, 2013 08:26 AM

UPDATED September 24, 2013 01:02 PM

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