Unidentified men decamped with more than Rs 27 lakh after uprooting an ATM of a public sector bank in Rajasthan’s Bhilwara district, police said on Tuesday.
The incident took place on Monday night, they said.
The men uprooted a Bank of Baroda ATM after tying it to an SUV. They also sprayed paint on the CCTV cameras and escaped with the machine, police said.
“The agency taking care of the ATM’s security in Bengaluru had informed the police about the incident following which police teams were alerted. A team chased the accused but they managed to escape,” Shambugarh Station House Officer Hanumanaram said.
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Police in neighbouring districts have been alerted, officials said.