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Thieves cut open Udon ATM and make off with at least 2 million baht.

Thieves who raided an ATM in front of a school in Udon stole at least 2 million baht in 1,000 baht notes yesterday.

Police suspect the men involved are an old team recently released from prison.

They worked on the ATM with gas cutters late at night when everyone was asleep in the cool and rainy weather. Police think that the machine was hit between 2 and 3 am.

It was the Krung Thai ATM by the entrance to the Ban Leuam School.

Police and forensics found the back door forced and a 20 x 60cm cut made in the place where the money is kept. Two money trays were missing along with at least two million baht.

Police are studying all the CCTV outside the neighborhood shops to get a lead.

But they feel they know who to look for. The modus operandi of the thieves points to a team of at least two men known to police who were jailed for similar crimes and now released from prison.

Investigations continue.

Thai VisaThai Rath





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