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Last updated on Tuesday, April 29, 2008
(INDIANAPOLIS) - It’s been a week since a pregnant teller was shot during an Indianapolis bank robbery and metro police are still no closer to finding the shooter.
After a couple dead-ends, police and city officials are frustrated. But, mayor Greg Ballard says plenty of police are still investigating the case and tips are still coming in on the daring daylight heist. Ballard says he won't allow crimes like this to happen in the city.
Thirty-year-old Katherin Shuffield was shot when a man ran into the Huntington Bank near 21st and Post. She was five months pregnant with twins. Shuffield lost the twins late last week.
Police are still hunting for a gold Dodge Intrepid and a blue Honda Pilot.
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