Thieves drilled a hole..! The police said on Monday, that theft in the Union Bank of India branch of the Shahzara area in Delhi was reported as a few men camped out with a total of 55 lakh in cash.
The thefts came to the bank, they said by breaking the walls of a building next to it, which was under construction. On Friday and Saturday the Delhi Police told ANI news agency, they went to run with their money collected by the bank’s depositors.
They said that all the lockers and jewellery on the other side of the bank are safe. When the audacious news spread, concerned customers came out of the bank.
Speaking about theft and informing us, they had come here in the morning. Even here we have accounts, accounts which are connected and concerned with our business.
The management did not provide us with details, “A client said that. Police officers were shown Monday morning in the site, looking at the hole that the thieves had drilled to enter the bank through the building’s wall.
One of the thieves was caught by the CCTV camera inside the bank building, police said. The number of people involved in the theft has not yet been established. Hunt will identify all invaders and arrest them .
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