Two arrested for robbing more than 100 cash machines
Two women from Romania were arrested late Thursday in Pangrati for robbing more than 100 cash machines.
Police said the two suspects, both 40, had been using the so-called “cash trapping” method since at least March to steal 12,400 euros from 104 ATMs owned by four different credit institutions.
The damage to the machines is estimated at 39,100 euros.
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