Agra: Robbery at Indian Overseas Bank – Agra: Robbery of Rs 57 lakh at Indian Overseas Bank, robbery of toilet workers and absconding

Robbery of Indian Overseas Bank in Agra: Robbery at this branch
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At the Indian Overseas Bank branch at Rohtha on Gwalior Road in Agra, four secondary employees robbed officers and employees of Rs.9.9..9 lakh. On Tuesday evening at :: 500, the suspects, armed with knives and rifles, carried out an adventure in 1 15 minutes. A scoundrel stood outside. Bank employees locked in the toilet before fleeing. After this, the DVR of CCTV was also taken along. Police arrived half an hour later, conducting a citywide investigation but finding no address for the robbers.

Deputy Manager Vivek Yadav said that the bank (main gate) of the bank was closed at 4 pm. At around 500 pm, he came out to check the connectivity of the ATM outside, when a monkey’s hat sped up and struck him in the chest. The thugs took them to the bank. Three more thugs followed him. Two had guns and one had a knife.

Manager Anita Meena, cashier Prashanki Baghel and clerk Shashank Veeresh were both taken into custody. Chalan then opened the chest and took out the cash and put it in the deputy manager’s bag. He also took the cash kept with the cashier. A total of Rs 56.94 lakh was looted. The thugs then locked the deputy manager and others in the toilet. About 20 minutes after the troublemakers left, a woman named Saroj opened the toilet gate as soon as she learned of the loan. The manager then informed the police.

Deputy Manager Vivek Yadav said that as soon as he entered the bank, the robbers gathered the entire staff and threatened to open fire if anyone raised a voice. Don’t change as much cash as needed, said a secondary person.

The scoundrel was seen in the camera of a nearby clinic

There is a doctor’s clinic right next to the bank. His camera shows thugs riding bikes. Police have taken the recording. However, the number of misbehaving faces or bikes is not clear. Puneet, a bank constable who had gone for tea before the incident, returned a long time after the three left. He has been questioned by the police.

Senior Superintendent of Police Bablu Kumar said four squads have been set up in search of the bank robbers. The crooks involved in the old incidents of bank robbery are also being investigated.

Abstract

  • The robbers looted Rs 57 lakh from the employees
  • In 1 minute, four robbers took action and also took DVR of CCTV

In detail

Four secondary employees robbed the Indian Overseas Bank branch at Rohtha on Gwalior Road in Agra.95.56 lakh officers and employees were robbed. At around 500 pm on Tuesday, the suspects, armed with knives and ammunition, carried out an adventure in 15 minutes. A scoundrel stood outside. Bank employees locked in the toilet before fleeing. After this, the DVR of CCTV was also taken along. Police arrived half an hour later and searched the city but found no address for the robbers.

Deputy Manager Vivek Yadav said that the bank (main gate) of the bank was closed at 4 pm. At around 500 pm, he came out to check the connectivity of the ATM outside, when a monkey’s hat sped up and struck him in the chest. The thugs took them to the bank. Three more thugs followed him. Two had guns and one had a knife.

Manager Anita Meena, cashier Prashanki Baghel and clerk Shashank Veeresh were both taken into custody. Chalan then opened the chest and took out the cash and put it in the deputy manager’s bag. He also took the cash kept with the cashier. A total of Rs 56.94 lakh was looted. The thugs then locked the deputy manager and others in the toilet. About 20 minutes after the troublemakers left, a woman named Saroj opened the toilet gate when she learned of the loan. The manager then informed the police.

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