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Lincoln woman tells police she was robbed at gunpoint by three strangers
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Lincoln woman tells police she was robbed at gunpoint by three strangers

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A Lincoln woman told police she was robbed at gunpoint by three strangers giving her a ride home from a gas station Tuesday night, a police spokeswoman said Thursday.

The 29-year-old alerted a man near 32nd and Holdrege streets to call police around 10:30 p.m., Officer Erin Spilker said.

She had been at the Super C at 2602 Ticonderoga Drive and asked three men in their 20s if they would give her a ride to her home near 33rd and Holdrege streets, Spilker said.

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She got in with them, and during the ride, one of the men pointed a gun at her and demanded all her money, she told police.

She gave them all the cash she had, Spilker said.

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Then they dropped her off about a block away.

The woman was not injured.

Police are reviewing video from the gas station to try and identify the men, Spilker said.

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