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Pune cops bust gang stealing ATMs using rope and four-wheeler

Cops have identified the two accused as Sonu alias Shubham Gaikwad (21) and Mangesh Kaluram Gadekar (24), both residents of the Shirur area.

By: Express News Service | Pune |
Updated: July 19, 2021 9:25:35 pm
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The Pune Rural Police has busted a gang that stole ATMs using a rope and four-wheelers and two alleged members of the gang have been arrested.

The accused, Sonu alias Shubham Gaikwad (21) and Mangesh Kaluram Gadekar (24), and their accomplices, tried to uproot an ATM in Shirur on July 7, the police said in a press release on Sunday.

A press release issued by Pune Rural police on Sunday stated that on July 7, some persons had tried to uproot an ATM in Shirur using a four-wheeler and a rope. An offence, in this case, was lodged at the Shirur police station.

An offence in this case was lodged at the Shirur police station.

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Acting on a tip-off, the police laid a trap and nabbed Gaikwad and Gadekar in Shirur. A tempo and a rope have been recovered from them, police said.

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First published on: 19-07-2021 at 01:24:04 pm

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