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Driver flees with ATM van, Rs 66 lakh

Driver flees with ATM van, Rs 66 lakh
Bengaluru: The driver of a multi-utility vehicle (MUV) attached to a cash replenishment agency sped away with Rs 66 lakh when other staff members had gone to load money into an ATM in City Market area here on Tuesday.

The vehicle, which belongs to a private travel agency, was hired by Brinks India Private Limited, a firm that provides cash replenishment and deposit services to 15 banks, including the Central Bank of India and the State Bank of India. 

Around 3 pm, two employees and a gunman from Brinks India arrived in the MUV to load money into an ATM of the Central Bank of India.

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