Pune: Fx firm staff robbed of US $five,000 – Occasions of India
PUNE: An staff of a forex trading firm lodged a law enforcement grievance stating that a customer attacked him with a chemical spray and robbed his bag made up of US $five,000 (Rs3.six lakh) in an condominium all around 2.45pm on Friday.
The Koregaon Park law enforcement have released investigations following the forex trading firm staff, Vaibhav Krishna Patole (29) from Dhayari, lodged an FIR less than Segment 392 (theft) of the Indian Penal Code.
The firm experienced acquired a phone from a customer stating that he wanted dollars for the reason that he would be flying to the US. He furnished the firm with the address of a assistance condominium on G-lane in Koregaon Park and requested for doorstop shipping.
Law enforcement reported the firm deputed Patole for providing the dollars at the flat on the fourth ground. The customer allegedly attacked Patole with a chemical spray following opening the flat’s door and blindfolded him. The suspect, according to the grievance, snatched Patole’s bag made up of dollars, pushed him inside of the flat, locked the door from exterior and took to heels.
Assistant inspector Kiran Londhe of the Koregaon Park law enforcement reported, “A terrified Patole rushed to the balcony and lifted an alarm, pursuing which the housekeeping staffers of the intricate rushed to the spot and rescued him on listening to his cries for support. Patole then went to the nearby law enforcement chowkey and lodged an FIR.”
Londhe reported, “Investigations have uncovered that the suspect experienced booked the flat in a pretend title on cell phone for a working day and deposited Rs3,five hundred. He experienced submitted a duplicate of an Aadhar card and gave a cellphone range to the condominium authorities. The suspect coated his face with a mask and fled in a waiting autorickshaw. One more mask was seized from the flat.”
In a comparable situation of overseas currency exchange in April this calendar year, a group of men’s prepare to rob two workers of a forex trading firm was foiled following one of the staffers did not section with the bag made up of Rs10 lakh in spite of remaining attacked with a sharp weapon.