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Went to deposit 1.37 crore rupees in the bank, then it happened that Agra police lost their senses, know the whole matter

UP News: An employee working in a private company in Uttar Pradesh’s Agra district has allegedly absconded with Rs 1.37 crore in cash. It is alleged that the employee had taken these rupees for deposit in the bank. In the police investigation, the accused is seen in a CCTV footage carrying cash in a bag on a bike.

went to deposit a large sum of money in the bank

As per the information, Bricks India Pvt Ltd provides cash delivery service in Agra. Vivek, a resident of Sultanpura area, was working in this company for the last four years to bring and take cash from the bank. The company is reported to have handed over Rs 1.37 crore in cash to Vivek, which was to be deposited in Bank of Baroda.

Four security personnel went together

Vivek was accompanied by four security personnel. Inquiries revealed that the security guard left Vivek with the cash in the bank and returned to the company’s office. After this, Vivek did not return to the company’s office for a long time. When the employees of the company tried to contact him, his phone could not be reached.

The manager of the company did it in the bank, lost his senses

After this, the manager of the company Shishupal called the bank. On enquiry, it was found that he had not deposited the money that day. On hearing this, the manager of the company lost his senses. He immediately lodged a complaint at Rakabganj police station in Agra. As soon as the case was registered, the police started scanning the CCTV footage of the area.

10 teams of Agra police started searching

Agra’s DCP City Vikas Kumar told that 10 police teams have been deployed to search for Vivek. The help of the monitoring team is also being taken. Apart from the bank, CCTV cameras installed at other places are being scrutinised. Soon the accused will be arrested.

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