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Police: NM robber may have left 'severed finger'

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Albuquerque police say a robbery suspect may have left a piece of his finger behind at a robbery crime scene

KRQE-TV reports that police arrived to an Albuquerque smoke shop after a report of shots fired at a robbery.

According to authorities, the suspect fled but they believed he left behind his severed finger tip.

Police think the fleeing suspect may have shot off his own finger.

Authorities say a finger print will be taken from the severed finger.

No arrests have been made.

 

Information from: KRQE-TV

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