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FWPD seeking suspicion in credit union robbery

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Fort Wayne police said they are looking for a man who kidnapped a credit union on Friday afternoon.

The agents were called to the partner’s first Federal Credit Union at 6731 Old Trail Rd, near the intersection of Bluffton and Lower Huntington Road around 5:00 pm

The department said the initial information indicates that a man entered the credit union and asked for money, although no weapon was shown. The man is described as white in the mid-1930s, wearing a long-sleeved gray shirt, approximately 6’2 ″ to 6’4 ″ with a medium build.

Investigators said the man left the scene with an undisclosed figure in a black or navy blue Chevrolet Trailblazer with tinted windows.

No injuries were reported in the accident.

Officers are looking for witnesses and video surveillance from nearby buildings.

Anyone with any information is invited to contact the police.

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