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Four criminals loot over Rs 17 lakh from Axis Bank

Four criminals loot over Rs 17 lakh from Axis Bank

Patna, June 15 (UNI) Four criminals, carrying weapons, looted Rs 17,36,000 from Axis Bank branch under Bihta police station area in the state capital on Saturday.
According to police, four criminals entered the branch of the bank located near Devkuli turning and took the employees and the customers in their captive at gunpoint.
The criminals looted the amount and fled from the spot.
The matter was being investigated. A massive manhunt has been launched to nab the criminals.
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