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Robber flees empty-handed after bank tells him it has no money

The FBI says a man tried to rob a Bloomington credit union, but employees told him they didn't have any cash. Authorities are looking for the suspect.
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The FBI says a man tried to rob a Bloomington credit union, but employees told him they didn't have any cash. Authorities are looking for the suspect.

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