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Three ATMs broken into by thieves, over Rs 7.5 lakh stolen

Press Trust of India  |  Bhusawal 

today broke open three ATMs here and stole worth over Rs 7.5 lakh, police said.

The three incidents happened in the early hours of today and the ATMs were unmanned, police informed.

officials added that all the three events are related as the modus operandi as well as the car used to flee were the same.

In the first incident, thieves stole worth Rs 3.14 lakh from an situated in Bhusawal with police stating that the car they used was stolen from a local resident named

of Bhusawal police said that the thieves had covered the CCTV camera installed over the and had also tied cloth around their faces to mask their identities.

In a similar manner, two ATMs were broken into at Dhanora village in Adwad near here and at Kingaon in Yawal tehsil.

said that was of and the firm has filed a complaint that worth Rs 75,000 was stolen.

of said the ATM broken into at Adwad belonged to the Central of India and a complaint of cash worth Rs 3.63 lakh stolen has been registered.

Police teams have been formed to track down the thieves, officials said.

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First Published: Sun, January 14 2018. 15:30 IST