New Delhi: The police have not yet found any concrete clue in the case of alleged robbery of 10 lakh rupees with two petrol pump workers within four hours on Friday in Noida, Uttar Pradesh. Additional Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) Luv Kumar said that Rs 10 lakh was looted from petrol pump workers at different places in two police station areas of Greater Noida area in broad daylight on Friday.
He told that the first incident is from the Surajpur police station area. He said that a petrol pump is located near Pramod Karnwal, a resident of Meerut near Devla village. Arjun and the driver of this petrol pump were going to deposit eight lakh rupees in Ankit Scooty's trunk at a bank in Surajpur. He told that the armed miscreants riding the bike stopped his scooty, and escaped after taking the cash and scooty from him.
Luv Kumar said that the second incident of robbery took place near the city park in the police station Beta-2 area, where the miscreants robbed Supervisor of Indian Oil Petrol Pump and two lakh rupees from salesman Ravi Kant. He said that five teams of police have been formed to investigate both the incidents of robbery in the Greater Noida area. The police also suspect that some employees working at the petrol pump may have been involved in the incident, which resulted in the incident. The additional commissioner said that Pradeep Tripathi, in-charge of the police station Surajpur has been suspended after the incident.