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Contractor who died during armed robbery in Madison identified as Kenosha man

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MADISON — The Dane County Medical Examiner has identified the man who died during an armed robbery at a Culver’s restaurant in Madison.

56-year-old Christ Edward Kneubuehl, of Kenosha, was working on a remodeling project at the restaurant about 3 a.m. Tuesday, June 27th when two armed and masked robbers entered the Culver’s.

Chief Mike Koval said Kneubuehl apparently suffered a fatal heart attack. The medical examiner said the cause of death is pending.

Koval says the robbers wouldn’t let the three other men working with Kneubuehl come to his aid. Koval says the robbers held the men captive for up to an hour.

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