A brazen thief has been caught on CCTV as he uses nitroglycerin to blast his way into a cash machine. The attack was documented by a bond camera in an ATM doorway in Ponta Grossa, Brazil on Wednesday. In the video, a man draining a white hooded jumper and bear a black bag access the cash point. He attack to prise open a drawer in the apparatus before embed what arrive to be a stick of nitroglycerin and ambience it alight. Live in: The man embed a stick of nitroglycerin into the apparatus The man is then seen making a run for it as sparks fly and the apparatus abruptly explodes. He then arrival to the scene to amass any it left in the debris. Brazilian news site Parana RPC announced that a gang with five representative had been jailed in June after police detected 45kg of nitroglycerin – enough to blow up 120 ATMs. Live He then sets the nitroglycerin alight before rebound to amass any money left in the debris Police administrator Silvanei Almeida Gomes said: spent six months inspecting this gang. are strong explanation that this year they are answerable for 11 cases of theft at It is not clear even if the man in the latest CCTV cinema is combine with the gang.
This is how they steal from ATMs in Brazil Thief blasts cash point with dynamite
This is how they steal from ATMs in Brazil Thief blasts cash point with dynamite