The police of St. Petersburg in hot pursuit caught two of the alleged perpetrators who attacked in the Bank at the cashier, and took possession of tens of thousands of rubles. The robbers showed the woman a gun and was threatening an explosion.

The crime was committed in the branch “Sberbank”, located on the street grandma in the Nevsky district of St. Petersburg. October 27, 2016, about 9:45 in the premises of the Bank included two attackers, reports the official website of the Moi of St. Petersburg.

Threatening the female cashier with the subject similar to the gun, they demanded to give them money. “Taking 80 thousand roubles, malefactors from a scene disappeared. The attack resulted in no casualties,” – said in a press release.

One of the attackers threatened to “blow up everything with TNT”, if he doesn’t get the money. At this time, his accomplice jumped over the counter and started to break the door leading into the cashier Department. To get inside him and failed, so the robbers seized a relatively small amount of money.

Bank employees reported the incident to the interior Ministry. On search of criminals were oriented all the outside police of the Nevsky district. Within the hour, employees patrulno-sentry duty managed to find and detain suspects.

“Now on a scene works it is investigative-task force of UMVD of Russia across the Nevsky district of St. Petersburg. Solves a question on excitation of criminal case”, – said official representative of Russian Ministry of internal Affairs of Irina Volk.

The Bank robbery was recorded by surveillance camera. According to the published personnel in the Bank at the time were male visitors are middle-aged. One of them the attackers had placed on the floor, threatening him with a gun, reports 360.


In recent days this is the third robbery of the branch of “Sberbank”. Earlier it was reported that the robbers broke into the banks of the city of Kurgan.

In St. Petersburg detained two robbers who stole in “Sberbank” 80 thousand rubles 27.10.2016

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