What are the odds? 2 caught trying to steal statistics exam

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The Herald-Leader reported that Lynch told UK Police he climbed through the air vents in the Multidisciplinary Science Building to gain access to his instructor's office.

Two statistics students at the University of Kentucky are now facing the consequences for making a huge miscalculation during finals week, according to police.

When Mr. Cain yelled out that he was going to call the police, the students burst from the office and ran down the hall, Mr. Blanton said.

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The attempted heist apparently wasn't Lynch's first time stealing a test from Cain's office.

Officers say he then unlocked the door to let in another student to help search for the statistics exam paper.

Police say shortly after, one student, Henry Lynch, returned to talk to police and confessed to breaking into the building. One, that he had been there earlier in the evening trying to steal a test, had been unsuccessful at that point and presumably, that's why he had come back later.

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Lynch also allegedly confessed to successfully stealing another paper earlier in the semester, but said he did not share answers with other students. That 6 PM occurrence was actually the second time he tried to steal a test.

Both were cited with a burglary-3rd degree, which is a felony.

Blanton said the matter has also been referred to the university's Office of Student Conduct, which will now conduct a formal investigation.

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"These are very serious charges in a very serious manner and I can assure you a very extensive investigation will be conducted, and the university will respond accordingly once findings are made", Blanton said.

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