The robbers blew up an ATM kiosk at Pimpri Chinchwad in Pune and seized Rs 30 lakh in money. Studies point out that the robbers left behind about Rs 10 lakh as they didn’t have time to gather.
The incident, which passed off on July 18, has sounded the alarm contained in the state police, whereas investigations have drawn consideration to the potential use of improvised explosive gadgets (IEDs) within the blast. The anti-terrorism squad of Maharashtra Police has now joined the probe.
Visuals from a location positioned within the Chakan space present the splitting of the ATM machine open. Police have cordoned off the realm and likewise taken a sniffer canine to search out extra keys.
“After 1 am (July 18), unidentified robbers planted explosives, broken an ATM machine and looted money,” mentioned Pimpri-Chinchwad Deputy Commissioner of Police Champak Ipper.
Just a few days in the past, an analogous theft was tried in Rajan village in rural Pune, however the ATM machine was not utterly broken and the robbers couldn’t recuperate the money.
Police now suspect that the identical gang was behind the theft in Pune and this time they used extra explosives to make sure the machine was adequately broken.