With arrest of two person Udaipur police have busted an inter-state gang of ATM loots on Thursday.
The accused were using electric and gas cutters to break open the ATMs.They were mainly involved in the attempt of ATM robbries at the Tawad gates of Zawar Mines area at the ATM booth of ICICI Bank on 15.01.20 and at the ATM booth of SBI located at New Market of Zawar Mines area on 23.01.20 where they tried to pluck out the ATM machine and also kept the security gaurd captive, the accused again attempted another ATM loot at Sukher area of the city and there also they locked the security guard inside a room.They claimed that they have learnt the process of using the cutter from online tutorial video.
Superintendent of Police Kailash Chandra Bishnoi said that the accused were arrested from there native village at Amritsar in Punjab by the team of police led by SHO Zawar Mines police station Kamlendra Singh.
It was during the investigation of the ATM loot attempts at various areas of Udaipur that police team learnt that two of the employees of Simar Company of Zawar Mines didnot turned up at their jobs from last few days,later it was found that they were involved in the incidences of attempts of ATM loot and were hiding at the their native village.
The accused were identified as Randhir alias Dhira and Gurjan Singh alias Mannu residents of Amrtisar,Punjab, they were working at Simar Company at Zawar Mines where they hetched a plan of ATM loot,they attempted ATM loots at various areas of the district along with the help of two of their aides Maninder Singh and Aman Singh, but getting failed in the attempt they left Udaipur and moved to Jaipur and later moved to Punjab.
Stabbed one of the aide to death.
They also informed the police that on the way to Punjab the accused Gurjan Singh and Maninder had a fight following which Gurjan stabbed Maninder to death, said SP Kailash Chandra Bishnoi.
They also revealed that they use a spray to damage the CCTV cameras installed outside the ATM booths.
The arrested accused were booked under various sections of IPC and are still under police interrogation.