Bank Teller Who Lost Unborn Twins in Robbery Says Gunman Wouldn't Allow 911 Call

A bank teller who lost the twins she was pregnant with after a gunman shot her in a robbery says the man wouldn't let her co-workers call for help as she lay bleeding.

Thirty-year-old Katherin Shuffield, who had been five months pregnant with twin girls, told reporters Saturday the masked gunman refused to let her co-workers call 911 for medical help because he "was more worried about taking the money."

Her voice cracked with emotion as she recalled being shot April 22 in the abdomen and falling to the floor screaming, "Please help me. He shot me, he shot me. My babies!"

Two days after the Huntington Bank branch shooting, Shuffield lost her twins.

She and her husband Jason say they're confident police will eventually catch the gunman.