Bank security guard who concocted a story of money theft in Kathua, Rs 6.50 lakh recovered | Jammu News

JAMMU: J&K Police claim they solved a money theft case that took place in Jandi Morh, Hiranagar Kathua district within 48 hours of the crime with the arrest of the accused – an officer security of a bank which concocted a story of theft of money, in addition to recovering a huge cash amounting to Rs 6,50000 / – from him.
Chief Superintendent of Police (SSP) Kathua, RC Kotwal, said JK Grameen Bank security officer Sherpur Hiranagar concocted a story about stealing money from him to distract from police investigations .
“On December 27, a written complaint from Anil Sangral, branch manager of JK Grameen Bank Sherpur Hiranagar, was received stating that an unarmed bank guard Mohit Singh had been instructed to deposit a sum of one. amount of Rs 650,000 at the branch of J&K Bank Hiranagar Morh when he reached Bassi -Jamwal near Jandi Morh on his motorbike was hit by three disbelievers on a motorbike who suddenly came from behind who tore a bag containing a amount of Rs. 650,000 / – ”said SSP Kathua M. Kotwal.
SSP Kathua said: “As a result, a task force was formed and a task force led by Inspector Yash Paul Sharma SHO P / S Hiranagar carried out investigations to catch the disbelievers involved in the case in this case. .
“With the help of human resources and technical support, the team managed today to recover the whole of Rs 650,000 / – from the accused Mohit Singh – the bank guard, son of Kuldeep Singh, a resident of Sial Tehsil Rajpura Samba district, he added.
“During the investigation, the unarmed guard of said bank Mohit Singh told a false story to the director of said bank regarding the theft of cash,” SSP Kathua added.
A senior police officer said further investigations were underway in this regard.