Patna: Armed robbers entered the Anisabad PNB branch at 3.25 pm. First of all, he locked the bank's main gate from inside. After this, manager Ravindra Pandit and employee were taken hostage and started looting. Some robbers filled the money in the backpack with the money. Some started stuffing shirts. It took robbers only 20 minutes to rob a total of 52 lakhs, 38,500 rupees. After this, the robbers got out of the bank at around 3:45 pm. About 4600 rupees in the stolen money belonged to a customer named Nitish Kumar, who is a vegetable businessman and had reached the bank to deposit money at the time of the incident. 4 people have been seen in the CCTV camera next to the bank.
Ask the manager where are the money, get out quickly: The robbers pushed the two guards down as soon as they entered inside the bank and closed the shutter of the main gate. 4 robbers reached the bank's manager and the cash counter. Asked Manager Ravindra Pandit, where is the money kept, withdraw it quickly. The manager said that is not the key. After this, the robbers hit the pistol on his head. The scared manager took out the key of the vault and opened the lock with the robbers. After which two robbers started filling money in bags and shirts from the vault. Three robbers started raising money from the cash counter.
Pistols waved to scare customers so customers don't
About 12 armed robbers were aged between 30 and 40 years. They also did not want the robbery incident to reach outside. He was afraid that no customer would make a noise. He took the entire bank in his possession and threatened the customer. After this, there was no satisfaction, the pistol was waved in the air. After this, everyone got scared. The person who stayed sat there. The police is looking at the connection with the Axis Bank robbery in the Vaishali district.
Question on bank
This branch of Punjab National Bank is on Anisabad Main Road at Harnichak Turn. Despite this, only two elderly security guards were confident. The bank is on the first floor, half-finished on the upper floor of the bank. According to the police, CCTV cameras are installed inside. However, there is no camera outside, which was not good at all for security. It was told that every month, transactions of crores take place through PNB. The security of the bank depended only on the constable of Beur police station patrolling. In such a situation, negligence of the bank along with the police is also coming out.