The Community First Credit Union branch in Jacksonville, Fla., will reopen Monday, just three days after it was the scene of a tense, two-hour hostage standoff with a gunman who threatened the lives of seven employees and six members.

New details about the attempted robbery and what happened inside the branch were released Friday.

At 9:06 Thursday morning, a 23-year-old Tampa man, Nicholas Daquan Humphrey, walked into the Edgewood Avenue Community First branch with a handgun.

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