Armed men kill guard, loot Rs 6.5 lakh from bank in Punjab’s Adampur

Cops looked through the CCTV footage to identify the robbers

Armed men kill guard, loot Rs 6.5 lakh from bank in Punjab’s Adampur

Guard Surinder Singh. Tribune photo

Tribune News Service
Jalandhar, October 15

Armed robbers on Thursday afternoon stole cash worth Rs 6.5 lakh, and gunned down a guard at UCO Bank branch of Kalra village in Adampur.

As the assailants tried to enter the premises, the guard—Surinder Singh—resisted their entry. The robbers snatched his weapon, and took out the bullets.

The guard continued to fight, during which, the three other robbers reportedly tried to terrorise the manager, staff, and customers present at the spot with their revolvers.

They asked the cashier to handover the cash.

The assailants were reportedly leaving the premises with the cash when the guard continued to fight them.

The robbers allegedly first shot at his legs, and then fired another shot at his forehead, leaving him dead on the spot.

Senior police official reached the spot, and began interrogating the eyewitnesses and the staff.

They also looked through the CCTV footage to identify the robbers.

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