4.04 crores stolen from Axis Bank, Chandigarh branch BANK NEWS

A security guard working at Axis Bank branch in Sector 34A of Chandigarh allegedly ran away with Rs 4.04 crores in cash.

 

4.04 crores stolen from Axis Bank, Chandigarh branch
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New Delhi: A security guard working at Axis Bank branch in Sector 34A of Chandigarh allegedly ran away with Rs 4.04 crores in cash, the police said on Sunday.

"The bank has informed at about 5.30 pm that cash Rs 4.04 crores are missing from the branch and they have full doubt that the missing person who was serving as a security guard in the bank has stolen the cash," the police said.

"A case has been registered and raids are being conducted at suspected places to nab the culprit," ANI reported.

However the suspect was caught on the camera while he was stealing the money, it was all clearly seen, he took multiple in and outs to take out the cash, as he hid the money inside his clothes. Yet the police officials are in search of him and investigation is under process.



Posted Date :  13-04-21

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