Bangalore ATM attack: Culprit remains evasive
Bangalore ATM Attack: No Breakthrough Yet. Jyoti suffered brain injuries and paralysis on the right side. The police could get the identity of the attacked from the footage captured by the CCTV cameras installed at the ATM.
Jyothi Uday, the woman who was attacked at an unmanned ATM kiosk in Bangalore is fighting for her life at a hospital.
Meanwhile, the Karnataka police is yet to nab the culprit responsible for the dastardly act. The police force has formed special teams and launched a man hunt to nab the attacker.
All the police stations across the state and bordering regions has been put on high alert who are making every effort to trace the criminal.
The only breakthrough in the case so far is the arrest of a person who brought the stolen cellphone of Jyoti from the attacker.
It may be recalled that an unidentified assailant attacked the woman with a machete at an ATM centre in Bangalore. Jyoti, manager of a Corporation Bank was found lying in a pool of blood in an unconscious state. The attacker fled with Jyoti's cellphone and cash worth Rs 2,500.
Jyoti suffered brain injuries and paralysis on the right side. The police could get the identity of the attacked from the footage captured by the CCTV cameras installed at the ATM.
However, there was no security guard manning the ATM at the corporation circles in Bangalore at the time of the incident.
The police has registered a case and investigating.