Autopsy: Self-inflicted wound killed bank robber

EDISON - (AP) - An autopsy has determined that an armedbandit wounded during a botched bank robbery in central New Jerseydied from a self-inflicted wound he sustained as police tried toarrest him.

Middlesex County authorities announced the findings Thursday, aday after 47-year-old Marck S. McMurry of Keansburg tried to robthe PNC Bank in Edison.

After McMurry demanded money from a teller, an armored carcompany employee who was inside the bank shot McMurry three times,hitting him in the neck, back and arm.

McMurry then fled the bank and ran through a nearby supermarketbefore ending up in a field, where he was approached by threeEdison police officers. McMurry then shot himself and later died ata nearby hospital.

Officials have said the officers didn't discharge their weapons.

Prosecutor: Bandit dies after botched Edison bank robbery Sources: Suspect kills himself after Edison robbery attempt

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