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November 8, 2018

Bengaluru: ATM cash van driver escapes with Rs 75 lakh

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Bengaluru, Nov 8: Kadugondanahalli police are on the lookout for a driver employed with a cash management firm, who is allegedly on the run after he stole Rs. 75 lakh in cash that was to be deposited in ATMs on Monday. According to the police, the accused, Abdul Shahid, was a driver at Writer Safeguard Private Limited and had been deployed to drive a van with Rs. 1.2 crore in cash on November 5.

He, along with staff members Srishaila, Harish and gunman Janith Singh, started the rounds and deposited cash in ATMs along the route.

When the team reached an ATM on Nagawara main road, as per protocol, the gunman and the two employees unloaded the cash boxes and entered the kiosk, leaving Shahid in the van with Rs. 75 lakh. On returning, they found that Shahid had abandoned the vehicle. A trunk and two bags of cash were missing.

Srishaila alerted the branch in-charge of the company, who filed a complaint with Kadugodi police. “We have taken up a case under criminal breach of trust and cheating and efforts are on to trace Shahid,” said the police. “We suspect more people were involved as one man cannot escape with a metal trunk and two cash bags.”

The police are verifying CCTV footage from the area to ascertain how Shahid escaped.

Bengaluru: ATM cash van driver escapes with Rs 75 lakh

Comments

Suresh - Thursday, 8 November 2018

ATM cash thieves are fools. Huge amount of money they cant use easily (not even in banks) and the serial numbers of cash already noted by the agency.

Sandeep Ullal - Thursday, 8 November 2018

Police will catch him easily. 

Vinod - Thursday, 8 November 2018

Only in India such incidents repeatedly happening. And no govt taking preventive security systems

Ganesh - Thursday, 8 November 2018

Why this happens all the time. Govt should do something for uncrackable security system

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