November 4, according to Euronet, citing EUN News Agency, on the morning of the 3rd local time, a bank in Milan, Italy was robbed and 20 portable safes were robbed. The police rushed to the scene after receiving the report, but the robbers had disappeared.
According to the report, at around 8:30 on the 3rd local time, when the Milan business department of Credit Agricole Bank was preparing for business, a group of robbers entered the bank business hall and quickly hijacked the manager of the bank business department and an employee, and held the The gun threatened bank staff to hand over spare cash.
A bank employee who was not discovered by the robbers activated the alarm system and disrupted the robber’s robbery plan. Subsequently, the robbers took 20 portable safes and fled the scene of the crime.
After receiving the call, the police quickly mobilized more than 10 nearby police vehicles that were patrolling to the scene, and sent a large number of police officers to seal off the surrounding area, but they could not find any trace of the robbers.
According to reports, the initial investigation by the police found that this case was a long-premeditated robbery. The criminal gang stepped on a spot in advance, through the sewer, opened the basement of the bank’s business department, and then entered the bank’s business hall from the basement. After the robber succeeded, he escaped the scene of the crime through the sewer again.
As Milan has a huge sewer system, it is more difficult to detect cases. Currently, the bank is verifying the specific losses, and the police will further look for clues to confirm the identity of the suspect.