Punjab: Two armed men robbed an elderly money exchanger


Ludhiana:Two equipped men burglarized an elderly cash exchanger of Rs 70-lakh trade at gunpoint out Mohalla Guru Teg Bahadur of Jagraon on Sunday. The scoundrels likewise brought casualty’s bike, abandoning him and his 5-year-old grandson on roadside.

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The entire occurrence has been caught in the CCTVs introduced in houses along the road. Vijay Kumar Chinna, 65, alongside his 5-year-old grandson, was heading off to his shop, Chinna Money Exchanger, on a bike when the denounced captured him waving a firearm. The knaves then snatched the sack containing Indian and outside coin totalling Rs 70 lakh and fled away, bringing his bike.

After being informed, police launched a manhunt to trace the miscreants, but to no avail. Deputy superintendent of police (DSP) Rachhpal Singh Dhindsa also visited the crime spot.The DSP said prima facie the accused were aware of victim’s movements and had planned the crime accordingly. “The miscreants were waiting for the money exchanger to cross by. The police have procured the CCTV footage and trying to identify the miscreants,” he said.

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