New Delhi: In south-east Delhi district, thieves stored blowing ATMs throughout the intervening evening of March four and 5. The thieves had additionally uprooted three ATMs. It has been reported that certainly one of these ATMs had round eight lakh rupees. District Deputy Commissioner of Police R. P. Meena has given this data to the media. He mentioned, 'Various points have been registered in reference to these incidents in Jamia Nagar, Jaitpur and Pul Prahladpur police stations. <! –
Some CCTV footage is handheld. These footage are additionally making an attempt to achieve the thieves.
According to the district police officers, 'an incident of ATM theft happened within the bridge Prahladpur. Here the thieves robbers tried to seize the ATM by breaking the shutter close to the toll sales space of the company in GB Block of State Bank of India (State Bank of India). There was no safety personnel right here. Robbers got here right here driving in a jeep. He stole the ATM. The thieves sprayed the CCTV cameras put in there in order that the incident doesn’t get recorded in CCTV.
They have informed that the financial institution has not been in a position to give any data to the police concerning the amount of money left on this machine. Similarly, in Jaitpur police station space, thieves additionally vanished the ATM. Here robbers focused the ICICI Bank ATM positioned in F Block on Harsh Vihar Tanki Road. Dcp r. P. According to Meena, the stolen ATM from right here had 7 lakh 91 thousand and 600 i.e. about eight lakh rupees.