Thieves dug a tunnel to SBI Bank and stole gold worth Rs.1 crore
Amaravati: In Uttar Pradesh, a bank was entered through a tunnel and gold worth Rs.1 crore. The incident took place at the SBI Bank Bhanuti branch in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. The details given by the police are as follows… The robbers dug a tunnel about 10 feet long and 4 feet wide into the bank from the empty space adjacent to the Bhanuti branch, broke the floor of the bank through this tunnel and entered the bank. 1.8 kg of gold worth Rs.1 crore from the beer wall in the strong room was taken. Evidence was also found that they tried to break the lockers containing the cash. But this was not possible.. The police believe that the theft took place after midnight on Thursday. When the staff came to the bank on Friday morning and went into the room, they found that there had been a theft. The police were immediately informed. It took a day for the staff to find out how much gold was stolen from the bank and its value. The bank manager said that the gold taken by the thieves belonged to 29 customers, and the gold was taken as collateral. The police have registered a case and are investigating. According to the manner of the theft, the police believe that those who know the bank completely must have committed this theft. The police, who have already collected some evidence, are investigating based on the fingerprints collected from the strong room.