Gwalior (MP): Nearly a week ago, a group of men robbed Rs 2 lakh from a customer at the Gwalior branch of the ICICI bank in broad daylight.
Quiet incredibly, while no one else in the bank noticed it, the theft was captured on close circuit camera.
The men followed the customer Shriprakash Tripathi, occupied the chairs and worked in tandem just for that one moment when they could scoot with the bag.
In a flash, Tripathi lost his booty.
“I was being followed by three or four men. I saw it on the tape,” says Tripathi.
Police say the accused will soon be caught. Of them, one was around 40-45 years old, the other between 30 and 35 and the last one was 20-25 years of age. We have their photos,” says Gwalior SSP Rai Singh Narvaria.
It's been nearly a week since Tripathi lost the money, but police are yet to nab these men.
The bank has released the CCTV images so that public may help identify these daring thieves.
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