The two Beur police station along with the police checkpost in Anisabad turning really are a stone’s throw away from the lender. (Phot…Read
PATNA: Unidentified armed offenders looted Rs52. 33 lakh in the Anisabad division of Punjab National Bank (PNB) beneath Beur police channel at Patna on Monday. The incident happened . 40pm once the workers of the bank situated between Anisabad Mor and Beur turning were coping with the consumers.
The offenders had covered their faces with masks. They held that the employees and clients captive at gunpoint and collected the money from bank and counters torso.
Two unarmed constables on duty from the bank, together with clients and workers, were secured in the bath. The offenders thrashed a couple of clients for ignoring their own diktats to deliver the money in their ownership.
The offenders were at the 20-25 years age category. They’d left their motorbikes on the bank premises. While eight 10 offenders entered the lender, a few other people were on the path to maintain a watch on almost any authorities motion. The two Beur police station along with the police checkpost in Anisabad turning really are a stone’s throw away from the lender.
“The surgery lasted for approximately eight minutes. The offenders ruined the DVR of their CCTV prior to leaving with money stuffed in many bags. The authorities recorded the statements of their supervisor and workers,” said an investigating officer.
Branch supervisor Ravindra Pandit told the authorities he was forced hostage and made to open up the shelf with keys. “I had no choice as the offenders had firearms and they threatened to take at me,” a police officer uttered the supervisor as saying.
Senior police officials, such as IG (Patna scope ) Sanjay Singh, SSP Upendra Kumar Sharma and DSP (Phulwarisharif) Sanjay Pandey hurried to the place. When contacted, IG Singh stated,”It is fairly surprising as to why the bank officials did not dismiss the siren. The bank can be found in one of the most adorable localities. Had an alarm had been appeared, the dacoits wouldn’t have escaped with consummate ease.”
He said a special investigation team (SIT) was put up beneath City SP (West) Ashok Mishra. The police gathered the CCTV footage in the local shops.
Based on this preliminary evaluation, Rs52,33,500 was looted in the lender, along with a cash from the consumers. The safety guard of the lender was on duty in the ATM. “Mujhe into pata hin nahi chala,” a police officer lent the lender’s security guard as stating.