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Robbers are still ambushing horse drawn carriages. Their targets? Unarmed Amish folk.

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Robbers are still ambushing horse drawn carriages. Their targets? Unarmed Amish folk.

WATCH| Within the span of only a few days, three Amish horse and buggies were stopped by a gang of robbers. Law enforcement local to Lawrence County in Tennessee jumped on the case, working across departments and quickly apprehending the culprits.

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Fox 17 Nashville reported that while the robbers were on their crime spree they blocked roads with a pick-up truck so buggy drivers could neither drive past nor turn around.

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The robberies came in such quick succession that the Amish community was on lockdown. People were encouraged to stay at home and lock their doors. 

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Because Amish people don't use phones, the waylaid buggy drivers could not call the police. Thankfully, locals could link the pick-up in question with its owner.

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The crimes occurred in two different counties. The two police departments worked together, sharing information, to quickly make arrests.

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