HARRISBURG, Pa. -- First Harrisburg Bancor's stock, which surged after the Pennsylvania thrift company announced it was in discussions with a potential buyer, fell back slightly Thursday.

The stock reached as high as $29 a share Wednesday, before settling on $28, up 24%, or $5.50 for the day. It lost 37.5 cents Thursday, closing at $27.625.

First Harrisburg, which has $252 million of assets, would not disclose the suitor.

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