ATM theft continues in Panchkula
By Vaibhav Aggarwal
Nov 23, 2010
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The ATM theft case in Panchkula seems not to be coming to an end. There have now been three more cases of theft from ATMs of State Bank of India and State Bank of Patiala.

In the recent cases, a government school teacher and a resident of Sector 20, Panchkula reported money disappearing from their bank accounts.

Earlier,13 cases have been reported of similar thefts in the city.

The government school teacher is Ms Sushma whose salary account was hacked and Rs 16,900 has disappeared from it. The other person is Mahinder Singh whose account has been rampaged twice for Rs 5000 in the first case and Rs 20000 in the second. Again recently his account was struck and he lost Rs 15000.

CCTV cameras have revealed a man wearing a helmet doing the thefts. He is suspected of holding 10 cloned cards. He has also been found collecting the receipts and putting them in his bag.


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