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Kuala Lumpur: Thieves prised open an automated teller machine and stole about RM190,000 at a supermarket in Pandan Indah here early today, police said.
Ampang Jaya Police chief ACP Amiruddin Jamaluddin said security guards realised the theft at 7.50 am during a shift change, and lodged a police report.
"A preliminary police investigation revealed that the thieves had entered the supermarket through a side door," he told reporters.
Amiruddin said the supermarket did not have closed circuit television cameras. -- Bernama