Police respond to robbery at credit union
A message posted on the front door of the GNC Community Credit Union after the building was temporarily closed due to a robbery Wednesday afternoon.

 

 
 

New Castle police are investigating a robbery that was reported at the GNC Federal Credit Union downtown on Wednesday afternoon.

Police Chief Bobby Salem said a man walked into the credit union located at 201 S. Jefferson St. around 1:20 p.m. and demanded money from a teller. He left the building with an undetermined amount of cash.

Salem said the detectives are reviewing surveillance video of the incident. He said he does not believe the robber showed any kind of weapon. More information will be available as the probe continues, he said.

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