Guard found hiding in bank's basement more than a day after deadly shooting in a Detroit bank

March 1997
Jet;03/31/97, Vol. 91 Issue 19, p36
Informs that a Detroit, Michigan bank guard was found cowering in the building's basement more than a day after a deadly shooting spree at Comerica Bank in Detroit. Virene Brown as suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome after a gunman held a shotgun to her head; The killing of two Comerica employees in the shootings; The killing of the gunman, Allen Lane Griffen Jr., by police after he shot the last victim.


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