MUNCIE, Ind. (WISH) — The person of interest in a recent credit union robbery in Muncie has been arrested, according to the Muncie Police Department.
Jeremy Snider, 32, has been taken into custody days after he allegedly robbed the Prime Trust Federal Credit Union.
A customer of the credit union was injured after confronting Snider during the robbery on Wednesday. Police said the victim suffered a graze wound from being shot.
Details surrounding Snider’s arrest have not been released.
The Muncie Police Department has identified a person of interest in a recent credit union robbery.
MPD is searching for 32-year-old Jeremy Snider.
Police want to speak with him regarding Wednesday’s robbery of the Prime Trust Federal Credit Union in the 3200 block of S. Madison St.
During the robbery, a customer confronted the suspect, who then shot the customer. The customer suffered a graze wound.
Police warn not to approach Snider, but to instead call 911.