UAH 2.4 mln stolen in brazen robbery downtown Kyiv
A gang of robbers with medical masks covering their faces snatched a bag with UAH 2.4 million in cash from a man in from a man downtown Kyiv after pepper spraying their victim, Espreso.tv reports.
The robbery occurred just outside a banking institution in Kyiv’s Podilskiy district, commonly known as Podil, according to Espreso.tv.
The two masked attackers apparently caught off guard the man who was carrying the cash-filled bag, by pepper spraying him.
The criminals fled on an unidentified Infiniti, reportedly with UAH 2.4 million in cash.
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As UNIAN reported earlier, an ATM machine had been blown up in Kharkiv. More than UAH 430,000 was stolen, the affected bank’s officials said.