A group of men drilled a hole through the wall of the state cooperative bank in outer Delhi’s Mundka and decamped with cash and jewellery, in a manner usually seen in Hollywood bot-boilers.
Cash and jewellery worth more than a crore from at least 15 lockers were stolen, police sources say reports Press Trust of India.
The criminals pulled out the CCTVs and the digital video recorder. Using electronic cutters powered by at least eight gas cylinders, the men made holes to open the safe, which had Rs 27 lakh in cash and the lockers.
Police is investigation is underway but criminals are yet to be apprehended.
Senior cooperator and NCUI Vice-President Bijender Singh is the Chairman of the Bank.
Delhi State Cooperative Bank is having around 49 branches in capital.