Six males had been nabbed for making an attempt to rob petrol pump money by throwing chilli powder in an worker’s eyes, police stated on Thursday.
All six had been produced in a metropolis court docket on Thursday and had been taken on one-day police remand, they stated.
In response to the police, the incident occurred Monday with Ramesh, a petroleum pump worker, who was tasked with assortment of money from pumps of his firm positioned in Shikohpur, Kherki Daula, and Gurugram and depositing in a financial institution.
He instructed police that after amassing the money, he used to deposit it in a UCO Financial institution department close to Harish Bakery at Sohna Chowk, Gurugram.
“On Could 23, he collected Rs 16.08 lakh in money and went to the department. He parked his automobile in entrance of the financial institution and when he was going in the direction of the financial institution, a couple of males got here as much as him with their faces lined,” learn the criticism, in keeping with police.
“They threw chilli powder in his eyes and tried to grab the money bag. He raised an alarm and ran in the direction of financial institution. Because the commotion attracted individuals’s consideration, the robbers fled,” the criticism filed by the worker learn.
Following his criticism, an FIR was registered at Shivaji Nagar Police Station, and was assigned to crime unit, Sector 40.
On Wednesday, a workforce led by Sub Inspector Gunpal nabbed Mohammad Jamahir, Kolleen, Gulshan, Shamsher, a resident of Supaul in Bihar, Amit alias Gorilla, a resident of Auraiya in UP, and Mausim, a resident of Etawah. All six had been arrested from Gurugram.
“On interrogation, Shamsher revealed that he typically used to purchase items from a store close to UCO Financial institution department. He observed a person coming daily to the department with a bag. He surmised that the person should carry a hefty quantity,” stated Assistant Commissioner of Police Preet Pal Sangwan.
“He mentioned this together with his associates and deliberate the theft. We’re interrogating the accused for extra particulars,” ACP Sangwan added.
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