Greater Noida: Rs 1 lakh looted from money collection agents, 3 inmates

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Three people were arrested for allegedly looting Rs 1 lakh from two debt collectors of a private finance company in the Dadri area of ​​Greater Noida.

One of the four suspects has yet to be arrested. (Representative image / iStock)

On Monday, three people were arrested for looting Rs 1 lakh from two debt collectors from a private finance company in the Dadri region of Grand Noida.

According to a report published in The Times of India (TOI), at around 12:30 a.m., two money-collectors were on their way on a motorbike when they were stopped by four criminals, who snatched their bag, which contained 1 lakh of Rs. , a cell phone and some documents.

Three suspects have been identified: Deepanshu Rana, 25, Vansh Singh, 24, and Rahul Jatav, 25, all residents of Jarcha, Greater Noida.

A peasant-made weapon, a knife, a motorcycle, Rs 70,000 and the identity cards of the two victims were also recovered in the possession of the trio. However, one of the four suspects has yet to be arrested.

“A case was registered against four people under section 392 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) (punishment for robbery) at the police station on Monday,” the Hindustan Times said, citing Sanjeev Kumar, a police officer (SHO ), Dadri Police Station.

“We scanned CCTV footage of areas near the crime scene and identified the suspects. Police arrested three suspects from Grand Noida on Tuesday, ”he added.

During the investigation, it was revealed that Vipin Sharma had plotted this loot.

The accused said Sharma saw the debt collectors in her village and planned to rob them. The three suspects were about to throw the officers’ stolen bag into a canal in Dadri when police arrested them.

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