Delhi: Alarm went off in Mumbai bank control room, two thieves caught from Delhi, CCTV camera and ATM broken – Delhi Alarm went off in Bank Control Room Mumbai

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Staff were alerted when an alarm went off in the control room of a private bank in Mumbai at midnight on Tuesday. Upon investigation, it was found that some miscreants had entered his ATM in Delhi with the intention of stealing. Immediately after reporting the case to the local officer, the police were informed. The police also immediately intervened and arrested two boys aged 16-17. But by the time the police arrived, the two teens had smashed the ATM and also broken the cameras, but failed to steal the money.

According to police, a call came in from Mumbai’s control room around 1:10 a.m. on Tuesday night. The caller informed that miscreants entered the ATM of ICICI Bank at 70 Foota Road in Prem Nagar. As soon as the information was received, a team was sent there. There was no security guard on site. The tools to break the ATM were recovered after holding both boys from the inside. The suspects were about to break open the money box, but the police arrested them both. The police called the relatives of both boys to the police station and questioned them. The police are investigating by filing a report.

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