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Suspect surrenders in Bellco CU shootingrobbery
LITTLETON, Colo. (7/25/08)--A suspect in a shooting and robbery at a Littleton, Colo. branch of Bellco CU turned himself in Wednesday afternoon, said Jefferson County Sheriff's office. Tobias Archuleta, 27, called police from the Southwest Plaza shopping center, where the credit union branch is located. He was arrested without incident, said sheriff's spokesman Jim Shires (Rocky Mountain News and MyFOXColorado.com July 24). Police recovered an undisclosed sum of money and a handgun, which Archuleta allegedly used to fire two shots when the robbery began at about 9:15 a.m. Wednesday, according to the media reports. Investigators said the robber entered the building shortly after the credit union opened and fired several rounds from a handgun into the ceiling, then demanded money from a teller. He then stole keys to an employee's minivan and left. About 13 employees and members were in the credit union at the time. No one was injured in the incident (News Now July 24). The $1.646 billion asset Bellco CU is headquartered in Greenwood Village, Colo.
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