Police in Indore, the largest city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, have turned to netizens for help to trace two suspects behind a bank heist.
They uploaded photos of the duo from footage captured by CCTVs at the bank on Facebook, and have offered a cash reward of 35,000 rupees (US$6,600) for leads, according to the Times of India report Monday.
The two suspects had allegedly robbed 600,000 rupees (US$11,360) from the Kanadia road branch of Bank of Maharashtra in December 2008, said Indore police in the article.
"After police in some cities managed to
, we are also trying to take its help, along with other conventional methods, in getting clues about them," a police official said.
He added Facebook users were "sharing" these pictures, which has increased the chances of getting leads about the accused and catching them.