Pregnant bank teller shot

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Thirty-year-old Katherin Shuffield works as a teller for the Huntington Bank in Indianapolis, Indiana. She's also five months pregnant with twins. Yesterday, however, wasn't such a good day at work. Around 9:30am, a masked man came into the bank, jumped screaming over the counter, and shot Shuffield in the abdomen.

Shuffield is in critical but stable condition, according to a police spokesman. Luckily, the bullet missed the unborn twins and they survived. Still, this is pretty heinous. "It just makes me sick. Here's a woman working hard for a living," said Indianapolis Police Chief Michael Spears. "From all accounts, without provocation, this gutless robber shoots her."

If you have any information about the crime, please contact Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at 317-262-8477. I know all our best wishes go out to Mrs. Shuffield.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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