Police caught more than 100 people associated with a supposed burglary of 80 million Br from Cooperative Bank of Oromia's money moving a vehicle on December 28, 2018.
The vehicle, watched by Chiro Town's cops in eastern Ethiopia, was burglarized while moving the money to Addis Abeba.
"The vehicle gathered stores from four branches in the town before it took off to the capital," says Belete Waqbeka, chief of research and corporate interchanges process at the Bank, which enrolled a 523.4 million Br net benefit in the last financial year.
"Regardless of whether the horde was occupied with the burglary, not very many people were the initiators," he included.
The Bank had a similar involvement in the agitation that occurred in Jigjiga town of the Somali Regional State last August. At the point when turmoil broke out, the crowd vandalized the Bank's office, leaving the Bank with 41 million Br in misfortunes.
"With proceeded with agitation, it is getting to be hard to move money when branches hit store limits," Belete told Fortune.
The Bank, which has 298 branches, has financial protection inclusion for the majority of its money.