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CU System briefs (12/28/2011)
  • BRANFORD, Conn. (12/29/11)--Branford, Conn., police are investigating a burglary that occurred over the holiday weekend at Branford-based United Shoreline FCU (New Haven Register and McClatchy-Tribune Business News Dec. 27). Employees discovered the break-in when they arrived at work after 7 a.m. Tuesday. No cash was reported missing. Police said the burglars entered through a rooftop vent and broke into a rear employee lobby shortly after 2:20 a.m. Saturday. A surveillance tape showed two persons in dark hoodies entering the credit union. Police officers had checked the building after an electronic alarm went off  at about that time. However, they  said the building was secured and couldn't see anyone inside, said the report …
  • LOUISVILLE, Ky. (12/29/11)--Autotruck FCU, an $84.4 million asset credit union based in Louisville, Ky., has converted to a state charter and is now called Autotruck Financial CU, according to local media reports (Business First and Bowling Green Daily News via bgdailynews.com Dec. 28). The credit union is now the 25th credit union to be regulated by Kentucky's Department of Financial Institutions. The credit union is federally insured. It serves 13,314 members at two locations--Louisville and Bowling Green. Its field of membership includes employees, retirees and family members of several companies--including Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Corp.--in the two cities …


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