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Alleged robber found inside credit union
DENVER (5/12/11)--A Public Service CU branch was forced to remain closed Saturday morning when an employee arrived to find an alleged robber lying injured on the floor. The alleged robber, who had broken through a window, was disoriented and bloody, according to news reports, (KDVR May 10). The man also broke into a 2009 Dodge Challenger for sale by the credit union. The car was located just feet from the window where the man entered the credit union. Public Service CU President/CEO Dave Maus described the incident as “bizarre.” The incident forced the credit union to cancel its “Shred Day” event.


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