Miscreants entered office and looted nine crore gold in 12 minutes, two accused caught in 3 hours

Jun 15 2021 04:48 PM
Miscreants entered office and looted nine crore gold in 12 minutes, two accused caught in 3 hours

Jaipur: Masked miscreants loot Rs 9 crore in movie style in Churu, Rajasthan. In fact, the miscreants entered the office of Manappuram Finance Limited on the pretext of taking a loan and committed an act of robbing 17 kg of gold and Rs 8.92 lakh in just 12 minutes. As soon as the case was reported, the police became active and nabbed two accused in just 3 hours.

This is the whole case: Manappuram Finance Limited is a branch of gold loan near Reliance Mall in Churu. Four youths reached there around 3pm on Monday. A young man showed his ring and started talking about taking a loan. A total of four people including the manager were present in the branch who were having lunch. According to reports, the miscreants were wearing masks. They showed the weapon and closed the shutter from inside. Also, the entire staff was locked in the bathroom after snatching the mobile. After which the criminals looted 17 kg of gold and Rs 8.92 lakh and fled.

Two accused came by bike: It is learnt that the four miscreants had come on 2 bikes which they parked outside the branch. The four accused fled from their bikes after the robbery. They had also taken out footage of the CCTV to avoid identification. However, his photo and bike number have been captured on the camera outside. Police searched for the miscreants on the basis of bike number.

Two such miscreants: According to the police, all the teams have been activated after the robbery. At the same time, blockades were imposed in Rajasthan and Haryana. Amidst investigation, it was found that the accused had left their bike in Churu and fled in a I-20 car. When the police surrounded the car at Surewala Chowk, the miscreants abandoned the car and tried to escape. Police have taken two miscreants into custody along with the loot while the other two managed to escape.

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