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    Police in Lancaster have charged three people in connection with a March robbery that left an Indian immigrant store owner dead. Police believe the suspects were planning to "smash an Indian," warrants state. The Rock Hill Indian Association president, Sharad Patel, called that "alarming and frightening" for Indian immigrants.

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