Rajasthan: Four-five unidentified miscreants uprooted an ATM in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan. According to information received from the police, the miscreants with the help of a vehicle (SUV) uprooted an ATM of State Bank of India (SBI) and took Rs 12.1 lakh in cash with them.
Chauth Barwara station in-charge Tinu Sogarwal said that the incident took place on Wednesday night at SBI ATM located in Sarsop village. Where unknown miscreants took away the ATM. Police said that there was a total cash of Rs 12.10 lakh in the ATM machine.
Searching through CCTV
Tinu Sogarwal told that a complaint has been lodged by the bank management of SBI. This case has been registered in ‘Chauth Ka Barwara’ police station. Police said that the miscreants are being traced on the basis of the footage of CCTV cameras installed in the bank.
Earlier this month in Bharatpur district of Rajasthan, miscreants tried to rob Punjab National Bank located near Ludhawai toll plaza on Jaipur-Agra National Highway-21. However, due to the bravery and vigilance of the bank employees, the four miscreants ran away while firing. Meanwhile, the miscreants fired two shots at the manager of the bank from the front. Bank manager Manoj Gupta narrowly escaped in the firing by the miscreants.
As soon as the siren sounded in the bank, there was chaos in the bank and the customers who were standing in the bank started running away. Along with him, Manoj Gupta, the manager of the bank, also rushed towards him to catch the miscreants, due to which the miscreants got scared and he ran out of the bank gate.