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In response to a series of dramatic bank robberies over the past two months, security forces and banks are searching for suspects and looking for ways to protect financial centers against future raids.This came on the heels of two other robberies over the past two months: last week, gunmen stormed the Metn branch of Credit Libanais bank in Mansourieh, and in November, four armed men made off with $147,000 from a branch of Banque Libano-Francaise in Mreijeh.However, according to Sami Zod, a former captain in the Lebanese police force and current CEO of Zod Security – a Lebanese security firm that works with banks – there is more that can be done to prevent robberies like this.
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