LUMBERTON, N.C. (4/23/09)--Police are investigating the shooting death of a man who was discovered slumped over in his truck after making an early morning withdrawal Tuesday from an ATM at the Lumberton, N.C., branch of State Employees’ CU (SECU). Charles Rozier, 46, was discovered about 2:30 a.m., near the ATM with a gunshot wound to his chest, said Lumberton Police Lt. Johnny Barnes. A receipt indicated that Rozier withdrew money from the SECU ATM at 2:11 a.m. (Associated Press April 22). “We are cooperating with authorities in the investigation,” Leigh Brady, SECU senior vice president of education services, told News Now. “We continually do inspections to make sure areas around credit unions are well-lit.” Police didn’t know the amount of money Rozier withdrew, but said his wallet was with him and contained cash. Barnes said the shooting was recorded on a poor-quality surveillance tape, according to the Associated Press. The tape showed two men approaching Rozier when he got back in his truck after making the ATM withdrawal. The men opened a truck door and one of them shot Rozier before they ran away, the tape showed.