Accused Muncie Bank Robber Dies After Jail "Incident"

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Accused Muncie Bank Robber Dies After Jail "Incident"

The Indiana Dept. of Corrections confirmed Jeremy Snider's death Friday.

MUNCIE, Ind.--The man who police believe held up Prime Trust Federal Credit Union, July 10, and who shot a customer during the hold-up, died Thursday night, while in custody. 

The Indiana Dept. of Corrections said Jeremy Snider, 32, was involved in an incident “in which he was injured, immediate medical attention was given and he was taken” to Eskenazi Hospital in Indy, where he died. 

His family was informed of his condition, and were there when he died, said the Indiana Dept. of Corrections.

WISH TV reports no formal charges were listed on Snider's record when he died.

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