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Man shot five times at CUs ATM
SALISBURY, Md. (2/17/09)--A county official using an ATM at State Employees CU (SECU) of Maryland Inc. was robbed and shot up to five times Saturday. Theodore Shea II, Wicomico County director of administration, was in his van using SECUs’ drive-up ATM at the Salisbury branch when an armed man approached the vehicle and demanded money, said a law enforcement officer familiar with the investigation (delmarvanow.com Feb. 16). The suspect fired several times into the vehicle, and Shea was hit three-to-five times police said. The suspect then fled with an undisclosed amount of cash. Shea sustained injuries, including a gunshot wound to the leg, and was transported to a local hospital. His injuries required surgery, but appear to be non-life threatening, Jim Finneran, a spokesman for Wicomico County, told the newspaper. SECU of Maryland Inc has $1.793 billion assets and is based in Linthicum, Md.
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