The employee refused to take the check and the employee also sat in the car, another person pushed the employee and looted the gold and the youth escaped.
Moreover, near Bhatar Kapadia Health Club in Surat city, 4 miscreants stolen 1 kg of gold biscuits worth 65 lakhs and ran away. In this robbery, the crime branch has arrested Devendra Narwariya, Saurabh Varma and Piyush Yadav from the Vadodara highway and seized all the accused. A youth studying in an IIT is also involved in this whole affair.
What was the event?
Further, on May 30 last, the owner of the jewelers near Bhatar Kapadia Health Club sent two employees to give 10 gold biscuits of 100 grams each. Based on the car number, the employee gave the name of Madanlal Shah, but he was standing outside with a woman.
Meanwhile, the person sitting in the car checked the gold biscuits and talked about giving the payment with check. The employee refused to take the check and the employee also sat in the car. Another person pushed the employee and looted the gold and the youth escaped.
Meanwhile, the team of Khatodara Police and Crime Branch got the supporting fact on the basis of technical and human intelligence that the person, who committed the robbery is from Indore, Madhya Pradesh and has left for Madhya Pradesh with his four-wheeler car MP09ZN9738 via Karjan-Vadodara.
Mohit made a plan to earn money with a shortcut
However, Mohit was studying in IIT. Due to the family situation, he left his studies. After Mohit’s parents passed away, he was given all responsibility alone. He could not even pay the money for the school and college fees of his brother and sister and was tired.
Possibility of action against jewelers also
Lastly, Police Commissioner said that, the interrogation of a woman named Varsha is going on. If she is found to be involved in this robbery, action will be taken against her as well. At present, no involvement of this woman in the robbery has come to light. Along with this, agencies have also been informed about jewelers trying to sell gold without bills.