Locker rooms robbed in Bank of Baroda in a dramatic style


The robbery took place at a branch of Bank of Baroda in the Juninagar area near Navi Mumbai at some time between Saturday and Sunday, sources said. As to the reports, the thieves had rented a shop located near the bank about six months ago.

The shocking incident reported in Mumbai on Monday where burglars dig the 30-feet tunnel to break down the lockers of the Juinagar branch of Bank of Baroda in Navi Mumbai.

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The total value of the stolen goods is not yet known, as the police are still recording the statements of the bank customers.

"The culprits made a tunnel from the adjacent gaala [shop] and entered the locker room".

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The police officer said there are 225 lockers are there in the bank, out of which 30 were found empty. A 40-foot-long tunnel is suspected to have been dug by the accused."We have got clues about the accused and our teams are working on them", Assistant police inspector (Turbhe division) Mr , As Reported By Hindu. Of 237 lockers, 30 lockers were found open. The bank had called all its customers to following the robbery for assessment of the robbery.

In June this year, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and other public sector banks, in a reply to a RTI said that banks have no liability for loss of valuables in locker, the reason being "the relationship they have with customers with regard to lockers is that of lessee (landlord) and lessor (tenant)".

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Mr. Patil said, "As of now, we have spoken to around five customers, who have lost valuables worth around Rs. 7 lakh". Speaking to the press, DCP Sudhakar Pathare, Zone I, Navi Mumbai Police, said,"We have registered an offence in Sanpada police station under Section 454, 457 and 380 of the IPC,"said Hemant Nagrale, Commissioner of Navi Mumbai Police".