The manager of Muthoot Fincorp in Wardha, along with four childhood friends, robbed gold worth crores from the gold finance company on Thursday only to be caught soon by the police. Minister of State Prajakt Tarapure has rewarded the police team with Rs 35,000 for nabbing the accused within 14 hours and cracking the case within six hours of the robbery.
As per the police, the manager Mahesh Shrirang planned the robbery with his friends Kunal Agashe, Manish Gholave, Jeevan Giradkar and Kunal Shendre, to clear the debts of Agashe. As per the police, all accused hail from Yavatmal district.
On Thursday, one of the accused acted as a courier boy and entered the companys office situated at Bade Square while Shrirang was on duty. The accused who entered the office then stole cash and gold at gunpoint before running away.
After the incident, when the police started the investigation, Shrirang was identified as the black sheep of the company. Shrirang quickly confessed his role in the robbery once the police interrogated him strictly. As per the police, Shrirang had been planning the robbery for the last two weeks.
So far, the police have recovered assets worth Rs 4.75 crore, which include 2.5 kg gold (out of 9 kg stolen), a gun, a car, and additional Rs 3.14 lakh cash. Police have assured the officials and investors of the company that the remaining money and gold would be recovered soon.
September 30, 2022 | Nagpur News | नागपुर समाचार | Hindi News Bulletin | Nation Next
Nagpur citizens to revel The Raaas Garba next year!
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