Group of Three Robs ATM; Takes Away Cash of Rs 18 Lakh in Bengaluru


Team Udayavani, Oct 30, 2017, 11:45 AM IST

Bengaluru: Three unidentified culprits have robbed cash of Rs 18 lakh at Jalahalli cross in Bengaluru on Monday morning. A group of three assaulted the security staff to rob the sum when the staff members were loading the currency notes in the ICIC bank ATM machine. Security agency staff, Mohan has reportedly injured in the incident and is being treated in a hospital here.

The culprits arrive in a 220 pulsar bike and assaulted security agency staff Mohan, Sagar and Prasanna who brought cash of Rs 1.25 crore to fill the same in the ATM machine. A case stands registered at Bagalagunte police station on the incident.

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