Kolkata Police has come close to solving the case of missing money in Kolkata ATM fraud case without tampering.
File photo: ATM counter
Kolkata Police has come close to solving the case of missing money in Kolkata ATM fraud case without tampering. Kolkata Police suspects that the hackers hacked the software of the bank and blew money from the ATM. So far, around Rs 2 crore has gone missing from various ATMs in Kolkata. The Cyber Police of Kolkata suspects that the employees of the software company that maintains the ATM are involved. A total of three employees are under suspicion.
Let us tell you that a few days ago, money disappeared from many ATMs of the metropolis including New Market, Kashipur. The officers of the Cyber Cell of Kolkata Police had checked the ATM counter. During the investigation, a clue has been found in the ATM, where the keyhole was inserted in the machine. Along with this, evidence has been found on the opening of the hood of the machine.
Suspicion of collusion of employees of software company
Kolkata Police officials say that the hood has been opened with the key of the machine. The police is suspecting those people who are responsible for maintaining the ATM. This time the police want to interrogate the employees of the company. Their list is being made. It is also being investigated which companies are depositing money in these seven ATMs. Has any employee in charge of the ATM quit his job in the last few months?
CCTV footage was checked
Detectives believe an employee may be involved with the hackers. Let us tell you that six complaints have been registered so far in the case of ATM robbery in Kolkata. Lalbazar is investigating 7 of these. It is seen in the CCTV that a group of three people entered the counter and committed the fraud. The source of the CCTV footage is being probed. The police is also probing whether any person from outside the state has done this. In such a situation, hotels in Kolkata and its surrounding areas are also being monitored.
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