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HYDERABAD: Two persons attempted to break open the machine of an ATM centre of Indian Bank near Karvy Consultancy office in Madhapur, but were caught by the police after labourers of an adjacent building raised an alarm on Wednesday midnight.
The accused were identified as Prasad, a mason and Gopal, a three-wheeler driver. A hammer, knife and chilly powder were recovered from them, Madhapur Inspector Bhujanga Rao, said. The duo entered the ATM centre and tried in vain to break open the machine by hitting it with the hammer. Labourers of an adjacent building woke up to the noise and rang up the Cyberabad control room. The police patrolling party nabbed the fleeing duo after a chase.
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