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Ludhiana | Two booked for attempted robbery at SBI’s Aitiana ATM

“I found that the shutter was broken using a gas cutter machine and when I opened the ATM booth in the presence of staff and checked the machine, I found that machine and the cash was safe,” SBI official said. A case under sections has been registered against the unidentified accused at the Sudhar police station in Ludhiana

A group of miscreants made a failed attempt to steal cash from a State Bank of India ATM in Aitiana village. The accused managed to cut open the shutter’s lock, but could not enter the vestibule. The machine contained 9 lakh.

The matter came to light on Thursday when the bank staff found the shutter broken open.

Bank official Gurcharan Singh Mahi said he had received a call from the deputy manager of the bank about the shutter being broken, following which, he rushed to the bank.

“I found that the shutter was broken using a gas cutter machine and when I opened the ATM booth in the presence of staff and checked the machine, I found that machine and the cash was safe,” he said, adding that upon checking the footage of CCTV camera installed at the spot, it was found that the accused had turned up at around 2.15 am and made an attempt to steal the cash before leaving at 3 am.

Assistant sub-inspector John Masih, who is investigating the case, said that as per CCTV footage, two miscreants have made an attempt, but failed.

A case under sections has been registered against the unidentified accused at the Sudhar police station. An investigation has been initiated to identify and trace the accused.

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(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by GOVT.in staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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