THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Police today focused in on three remote nationals, who are suspected to be the key players behind the greetings tech ATM burglary which has stunned the state capital, and chose to look for Interpol's assistance.
A group of top cops, including ADGP B Sandhya, Range IG Manoj Abraham and digital and specialized specialists went to the ATM of an open division bank at Althara intersection at Vellayambalam here, where a suspected electronic gadget was found to have been introduced.
They likewise gathered proof from the ATM counter.
ADGP B Sandhya later told correspondents that as outsiders were suspected to be required in the extortion, Kerala Police would look for the assistance of Interpol to seize the guilty parties.
"We will look for the assistance of Interpol. We are gathering proof now," she said.
City Police Commissioner G Sparjan Kumar advised PTI that police are attempting to find out the whereabouts of the three people, whose photos had been recovered from the CCTV, introduced inside the ATM stand at Vellayambalam.
"We inspected the visuals of the CCTV and got the photos of three outsiders. We think that they played a part in the ATM theft," he said.
"We have effectively heightened our examination to follow their whereabouts and set up their personality. We are additionally testing whether more people were included in the wrongdoing," he said.
The officer said the backing of digital and specialized specialists was looked to comprehend the specialized technique utilized by the fraudsters to pull back the cash.
"Upwards of 22 individuals have so far held up grievances saying cash was pulled back from their record. According to the preparatory appraisal, about Rs. 2.5 lakh had been lost," he said.
It is suspected that the electronic gadget at the ATM counter empowered the fraudsters to gather the mystery pin code and card points of interest.
A considerable lot of the clients who were hoodwinked came to think about the misrepresentation after they got an instant message on Monday, illuminating that cash was pulled back from their records.