Would be ATM robbers in Chiang Mai ran out of gas
Picture: Daily News
CHIANG MAI: -- Hapless ATM robbers in Chiang Mai ran out of gas in their quest to bust open an SCB ATM.
Inside the machine at the food center in Mae Hia sub-district was 3 million baht.
But the gang got nothing after cutting open the surrounding structure but failing to penetrate the thick safe itself.
The cops think the robbers had been casing the joint since Saturday when bank employees filled up the machine.
But they are confident of an arrest - they said that 13 possible cameras in the area should give them a lead on who was responsible.
They think there are at least two robbers involved.
Siam Commercial bank ATM employee Athithan Thamyutisat, 45, agreed that it appeared the gang had run out of gas and fled the scene during the attempted robbery on Sunday night.
Source: Daily News
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