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The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore police yesterday were searching the streets around Lexington Market for two men who held up a guard for Dunbar Armored, according to a city police spokesman.

The robbery occurred about 10 a.m. yesterday on a street near the usually crowded market on Eutaw Street. The spokesman, Officer Troy Harris, said two gunmen escaped with an undetermined amount of money from the armored truck. The truck's guard was armed, but no shots were fired, Harris said.

A spokesman for Dunbar's Baltimore office, Sean Gibbons, said he would not comment to avoid compromising the city police investigation.

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