Robbery at Bank of Baroda, thieves dug a 25 foot tunnel

Robbery at Bank of Baroda, thieves dug a 25 foot tunnel

The masterminds of the operation had rented a grocery store three shops next to the bank in June this year.

Mumbai: According to the recent reports, unidentified Robbers on Monday in Navi Mumbai have dug up a 25-foot tunnel into Bank of Baroda, had fled away with Rs 1 crore in cash along with other valuables from at least 30 lockers from the Juinagar Branch.

The police said the tunnel led to a shop near the bank. Of 237 lockers, 30 lockers were found open. When the customer and a bank officer entered the locker room, they found that 27 lockers had been looted.

The police has questioned the owner of the office for not concluding the rental agreement as per procedures, as a result of which no police verification was done, and the photograph of the accused was not affixed to the agreement. Then they went on to dig another part.

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An investigation officer said, "The accused had chalked out a detailed plan".

The bank, incidentally, had not installed CCTV cameras in the locker room to protect the customer's privacy. The burglars knew where exactly the tunnel should be drilled and that there were no CCTVs in the locker room and the type of tools to be used to break the locks.

In short, the customers bear sole responsibility for the safe-keeping of all valuables that they store in bank lockers and the bank holds no responsibility whatsoever in cases of theft or burglary as is the case in the dramatic bank heist reported today. Prima facie it does not appear to be an insider's job.

According to Hemant Nagrale, Commissioner of Police, Navi Mumbai, "We have registered an offence in Sanpada police station under Section 454, 457 and 380 of the Indian Penal Code.".

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