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A man who was pulled out of large sums of money in a Maryland bank, was the victim of a terrifying home invasion this week, one of the bank’s, atm’s, deputies said.

It happened Monday night at a home in Bel Air, Md., it belongs to a 78-year-old man, who is the Harford County Sheriff’s Office reported.

Nathan Newell, 19, was charged with burglary, theft, and assault, the sheriff’s office said Wednesday in a news release.

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He had worked as a teller at Freedom Federal Credit Union in Fountain Green, where the 78-year-old man had withdrawn the money to be brief, the Baltimore Sun reported.

“We are shocked and dismayed to hear of the events that led up to the assault and injury of a former member of our credit union. Our thoughts go out to him and his family during this difficult time,” the credit union’s CEO is Michael from Italy, told the newspaper.

Mugshot for Nathan Newell, 19
(Harford County Sheriff’s Office)

The victim’s leg was broken during the home invasion, according to the newspaper, which also reported that, of Newell road, and without money. 57-year-old step-daughter was also attacked.

The deputies were told the intruder was wearing a mask, came up during the home invasion, according to the paper.

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Court records said the victim also told the deputies that he had gone to the bank in the course of a few days, and pulled out a few of the thousands of dollars, the Sun reported.

He said that the home invader looked like one of the storytellers there is.

Deputies went to the bank and got a picture of the Newell and showed it to the victim’s step-daughter, who identified him as the suspect, the paper reported.

At a bail hearing on Friday, prosecutor Kristin-Timer, said: “the allegations in this case are particularly egregious,” the Sun reported.

The Timer said Newell choked up, the 78-year-old male, for about 20 seconds, according to the paper.

She also said that Newell was not at home when your step-daughter pointed a gun at him and pulled the trigger. It turned out that the gun isn’t loaded.

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Newell was on bail was denied.

After he was arrested, Newell told police that he was “tired of working two jobs,” according to the Sun.

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