Police crack Rs 5-lakh financial institution theft case in Amritsar, two nabbed
Amritsar, Might 11
With the arrest of two suspects and restoration of the stolen cash and weapon, town police claimed to have busted the financial institution theft of Rs 5.72 lakh dedicated at Central Financial institution of India, GT Highway department, right here on Wednesday.
The accused have been recognized as Sarpargatjit Singh, alias Japan of Kandiala village, and Daljit Singh, alias Jeeta of Ajnala. The opposite two accused, recognized as dismissed police personnel Charanjit Singh and Jermanjeet Singh, father and brother, respectively, of Sarpargatjit. Charanjit alongside along with his two sons operated a gang of robbers.
The police additionally recovered a .315 bore gun, a toy pistol (utilized in theft) and Rs 2.44 lakh from the arrested individuals.
The police claimed that the Commissioner of Police had constituted separate groups to hint the robbers. With the technical investigation, the police nabbed the accused inside six days.
Police Commissioner Arun Pal Singh stated, “4 masked armed males robbed the Central Financial institution department situated reverse The Mall of Amritsar after making the workers hostage in broad daylight in Amritsar on Might 6. The armed robbers took away round Rs 5.72 lakh from the financial institution department within the metropolis. I’ve constituted the groups they usually labored onerous to unravel the case.”
The important thing accused, Charnajit Singh, is a dismissed police officer and a routine felony. He’s already going through 4 instances of theft, theft and below the Arms Act. Each his sons are additionally going through a number of felony instances. Sarpargatjit Singh has been going through 5 instances and Jermenjeet Singh two in numerous police stations of the state.
“The absconding accused would even be arrested quickly. Our groups have been raiding their possible hideouts. We expect extra restoration with their arrest. The investigation is happening,” stated the Commissioner of Police.
The Commissioner of Police acknowledged that the financial institution department focused by the accused had deployed no armed safety guard. As there was no different store close to the financial institution, they focused it in broad daylight.