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* PALO ALTO, Calif. (12/14/09)--Thieves at Stanford FCU in Palo Alto, Calif., stole an ATM machine, according to PaloAltoOnline Dec. 10). The ATM was located in an office building where a credit union branch was formerly located. The building required an electronic card for entry, local police said. The theft was reported Dec. 7 at 8:45 a.m. Police have no suspects, but said the thief may have had knowledge of how to install and uninstall an ATM. Stanford FCU has $1 billion in assets ... * HARRISBURG, Pa. (12/14/09)--The Pennsylvania Credit Union Association (PCUA) warned credit unions in Life is a Highway Friday that financial institutions in Pittsburgh have received phone calls from a male who identifies himself as FBI Agent Bob Craig. The individual then provides a description of a white male with a mustache, saying the described male plans to rob the branch and may have a gun or bomb. The “agent” then tells the institution to give the robber money if he comes in, and that the FBI will apprehend him. The caller is not an agent--he is an accomplice of the robbery, PCUA said. One robbery has taken place in North Huntingdon, Pa., and another attempt was made Dec. 4 ...


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