Nov 23, 2016: Driver flees with Rs 1.37 cr money in Bengaluru. Giving a slip to the security guard and two bank staff, a contract driver of a logistics firm fled with Rs 1.37 crore in money in a van from a busy street within the city centre on Wednesday, police mentioned.
Driver flees with Rs 1.37 cr money in Bengaluru.
The incident occurred between 2-3 p.m. when the accused Domnic, 45, drove away with the money and vanished after the 2 staff went inside Bank of India’s K.G. Highway department, whereas the guard received down from the automobile to attend nature’s name, Deputy Commissioner of Police M.N. Anucheth informed right here.
The money within the type of Rs 2,000 new notes and Rs 100 notes have been a part of the quantity the logistics agency (Logi-Cash) collected from two different banks within the metropolis earlier within the day as Driver flees with Rs 1.37 cr money in Bengaluru.
“We have now shaped 4 groups to hint the driving force who seems to have deliberate properly upfront the act and the route he took to vanish. Now we have some leads from the footage of CCTV cameras within the neighborhood and eye-witness account,” famous Anucheth.
On a grievance by the logistics company, which deposits money in ATMs or collects it from banks throughout the town, police registered a primary data report (FIR) beneath part 381 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) on the Upperpet police station within the metropolis’s central enterprise district when Driver flees with Rs 1.37 cr money in Bengaluru.
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