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Rs 100 Paytm UPI transaction leads police to accused in Rs 4 crore heist in Delhi’s Paharganj, Police arrest 4 men from Jaipur

The accused threw chilli powder into their eyes and snatched a jewellery consignment worth Rs 4 crore, and fled.
05:59 PM Sep 01, 2022 IST | APN Live
rs 100 paytm upi transaction leads police to accused in rs 4 crore heist in delhi’s paharganj  police arrest 4 men from jaipur

The Delhi Police has nabbed four men involved in a robbery case of jewellery consignment worth Rs 4 crore.


The police has spent 24 hours in combining together clues, including a Rs 100 digital transaction and footage from 200 CCTV cameras.

In the early hours of Wednesday morning in Delhi’s Paharganj, four unidentified people dressing as policeman, robbed two courier company employees and stole two bags and jewellery valued at about Rs 2 crores.


They threw chilli powder into their eyes, snatched a jewellery consignment worth Rs 4 crore, and fled, the Indian express reported.

The police said the incident took place between 4-5 am in Paharganj and a PCR call was made by locals around 4.49 am.


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During the investigation, the police scanned CCTV cameras installed near the courier company and found that the accused were conducting reconnaissance for the last 15 days.

The investigation revealed that one accused was standing outside a tea stall for having tea in the morning. After a few minutes, he stopped a private cab and took Rs 100 from driver after a short discussion. He was using mobile phone while he was talking to the cab driver, the investigation said.

In an attempt to solve the case, the Police first interrogated the team stall owner, who said the accused bought a cup of tea from him, but he was short of cash.

The tea stall owner confirmed to the police that the accused stopped the private cab and took Rs 100 from driver after transferring money digitally to him.

Teams were also sent to Najafgarh and the police found that the accused fled from his house along with his associates just before they reached.

The consignment to be delivered by the victims was obtained from different locations, including Surat, Mumbai, and Ahmedabad, and was intended to be transferred to Chandigarh and Ludhiana, the report said.

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