Thieves made away with cash worth Rs 32 lakh on Sunday night by entering the District Cooperative Bank located in Rajapur Mandi of Lakhimpur city of Uttar Pradesh. The thieves entered inside by breaking the bathroom window and cut open the bank locker with a gas cutter. When the bank workers arrived on Monday morning, they came to know about the incident. On information, SP, ASP and CO along with City Force reached the spot and started investigation. Dog squad and finger print experts were also called. On Monday evening, the police have registered a case on the Tahrir of the branch manager.
There is a branch of District Cooperative Bank at Rajapur Mandi of Lakhimpur. The bank was closed on Saturday and Sunday. When the bank personnel arrived on Monday morning and opened the bank, they were stunned to see inside. The door and window of the bathroom were lying open and the locker was hacked. The money kept in the locker was missing. The incident was informed to the police. On information, CO City Sandeep Singh reached the spot with the force. Started investigating the matter. A team of fingerprint experts and dog squad were called on the spot. Both teams collected evidence. Apart from the Kotwali police, the crime branch has been engaged in the disclosure of the incident. The locker of the bank was opened in the presence of the police.
Bank manager Dinesh Kumar Mishra told that about 32 lakh 5 thousand thirty rupees have been stolen from the locker. The thieves have taken away all the money. He told that on January 13, the locker of the bank was closed by keeping money in it. On Monday morning, the class IV employee of the bank informed about the theft. On information, SP Ganesh Prasad Saha also inspected the spot. Police is engaged in investigation. CCTV cameras installed in the bank and nearby houses are being scanned. The SP claimed that the incident would be revealed soon.