MADISON, Wis. — In a show of rare unanimity, at least on security matters, the Wisconsin Credit Union League said last week it is joining its banker counterpart in pledging $10,000 to help solve a kidnap and robbery at the branch of a Milwaukee credit union.

In an unusual offer broadcast last month to the media, the Wisconsin Bankers Association said it was earmarking $10,000 from its Robbery Reward Fund to encourage tips leading to the arrest and conviction of criminals who took part in a brazen CU robbery/home invasion of an employee and her son at a Racine branch of Landmark Credit Union Sept. 26.

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