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ATM Robbery of Rp. 1.8 Billion in South Bali

ATM Cash Replenishment Team Assaulted and Robbed in Late Night Robbery in Mumbul, Nusa Dua
NusaBali reports that 3 armed-guards working delivering cash to ATMs in Bali were overpowered with a toxic liquid in the parking area of  Bank Central Asia in Mumbul, Nusa Dua on Wednesday, April 25, 2018.

The semi-armored delivery truck operated by PT Andalan was in the process of delivering Rp. 1.8 billion to be placed in an ATM machine at the BCA Bank.

The robbery occurred at 10:30 pm at the ATM BCA when a vehicle pulled up behind the truck carrying cash and the assailants sprayed an undetermined toxic liquid on PT Andalan employees I Gede Mahardika (50), Komang Antoni (27) who was to resupply he ATM with cash, and Mikael Bagu Koro (24) a security guard.

Immobilized by the toxic substance for an estimated 10 minutes, the group of robbers made off with Rp. 1.8 billion held in five bags.

The modified Luxio van with a large safe installed inside had been making rounds delivering money to ATMS on Jalan Hayum Wuruk (Bank Mandiri) and Sidakarya (BCA), before proceeding to Mumbul where they were assaulted and robbed.

When the security guard and the ATM dispenser officer got out from the van, they were set upon by an Innova that pulled up behind the cash truck. Three men wearing masks got down from the Innova and sprayed an unknown liquid on the three men and broke the van’s windows with hammers. The three masked men reportedly also carried rifles.

Analyzing CCTV footage, police believe the robbers numbered more than three used two vehicles in the robbery, an Innova and an Avanza.

Police believe the robbers followed the van from Denpasar.

Police officials have criticized PT Andalan for doing cash replenishment at night without first +coordinating with the police beforehand.
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