Thieves Strike Finance Company Office in Ludhiana, Flee After Manager Raises Alarm


Company director Randhir Singh said the thieves asked him to hand over the keys to the almirah.

Three masked men attempted to rob the office of a financial company in Raikot on Saturday.

Company director Randhir Singh said the thieves asked him to hand over the keys to the almirah. When he resisted, the accused opened fire in the air, then struck him with the pistol grip, wounding him. After Singh raised the alarm, the accused fled.

The thieves’ assistants were watching outside the office, he added. Assistant Deputy Inspector (ASI) Avtar Singh said a case was filed under Sections 323 (willfully causing injury), 379B (snapping), 511 (attempting to commit offenses punishable by life imprisonment) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), and sections of the Arms Act. Police are scanning closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras to identify the accused.

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