CP GPS Bhullar lauds CIA-1 Team, pronounces reward for the cops
JALANDHAR- With the arrest of three accused together with a lady, the Commissionerate Police on Saturday solved the theft at Arora Western Union inside 24-hours of the incident and seized whole looted cash apart from an unlawful. 32 bore pistol and mobile.
The accused have been recognized as Jaspal Singh (22) of Pandori Gola village, Gagandeep Singh (22) and Sarbjeet Kaur (45) of Guru Teg Bahadur Nagar in Tarn Taran district. Fourth accused Gurkirpal Singh of Bilianwal village of Tarn Taran is absconding and can be arrested quickly.
Divulging extra data, Commissioner of Police Gurpreet Singh Bhullar stated that unidentified individuals had robbed Rs 2.59 lakh Indian foreign money, 2000 Canadian Dollar, 850 Euro , 779 US Dollar, 800 Dram, 16000 Thailand Baht foreign money, three telephones from Arora Westen Union, Doaba Market close to Bus Stand on Friday night. He stated that on receiving data, cops registered a case beneath sections 379-B,34 IPC and 25,54 and 59 of Arms Act has been registered in Model Town Police Station on the grievance of exchanger Rakesh Kumar of Krar Khan Mohalla.
Gurpreet Singh Bhullar stated that instantly after the crime, a crew of CIA-1 was pressed to crack the case and the cops arrested three of the accused concerned within the crime primarily based on technical investigation apart from scanned CCTV footage and human intelligence.
He stated that Sarbjeet Kaur is well-known to the complainant Rakesh and used to go to his store for final six years.
Commissioner of Police stated Kaur talked with Gagandeep Singh about Rakesh Kumar and his cash change enterprise following which Gagandeep hatched conspiracy to loot the money from Kumar’s store together with his accomplices Jaspal and Gurkirpal.
He stated that Jaspal Singh was booked in a homicide case in Tarn Taran Police station throughout 2018.
Gurpreet Singh Bhullar stated that raids are on to nab the absconding accused and can be arrested quickly.
He stated that three of them can be produced within the native courts and can be taken on remand.