Lexington Police Officer Ray Alexander examined the suspicious briefcase that was retrieved by a robot on Wednesday at the intersection of South Mill and West Vine Street.
Lexington Police Officer Ray Alexander examined the suspicious briefcase that was retrieved by a robot on Wednesday at the intersection of South Mill and West Vine Street. Herald-Leader
Lexington Police Officer Ray Alexander examined the suspicious briefcase that was retrieved by a robot on Wednesday at the intersection of South Mill and West Vine Street. Herald-Leader

Lexington police: Package harmless, but near U.S. Attorney's Office, 'it raises the threat level'

June 26, 2013 11:09 AM

UPDATED September 24, 2013 01:02 PM

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