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Live Breaking News Feb 15: ATM stolen in southeast Delhi’s Tughlaqabad Extension

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An ATM in southeast Delhi”s Tughlaqabad Extension was stolen by some unidentified people, following which a case has been registered, police said on Saturday.

Police received a call about the theft on Saturday morning following which senior officers visited the scene of the crime.


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