Heist in Hyderabad: Three Employees Unveiled as Culprits in Rs. 5 Billion Robbery

In a shocking turn of events, the masterminds behind the Rs. 5 billion robbery involving the looting of a builder, Ashok Kumar, in Hyderabad have been identified, and they are none other than three of his own employees. The Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) in Hyderabad has initiated legal proceedings against the accused, and efforts are underway to apprehend them.

The incident, which unfolded near Qasimabad on Tuesday, revealed that the driver and two other employees of builder Ashok Kumar were the culprits behind the daring heist. According to SSP Hyderabad, Amjad Sheikh, investigations have determined that Ashok Kumar had withdrawn Rs. 5 billion in cash from two different banks. The cash was subsequently stored in the trunk of his vehicle.

Ashok Kumar reported the incident to the police, explaining that he had intended to transport the money to Karachi. The driver, responsible for refueling the car, later informed the police about the robbery, prompting immediate action.

As per the SSP’s account, the accused employees managed to flee with the substantial sum after skillfully maneuvering the car for nearly a kilometer. The intricate plot involved the use of a fake Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) official to divert attention, allowing the criminals to execute the heist smoothly.

The SSP has asserted that the culprits have been identified, and efforts are underway to arrest them. Raids and operations are being conducted to trace and apprehend the suspects, with a focus on recovering the stolen funds.

The case highlights the vulnerability of large cash transactions and the need for heightened security measures, even in seemingly routine activities. The involvement of trusted employees in such a sophisticated heist adds an element of betrayal to the shocking incident. As law enforcement intensifies efforts to bring the culprits to justice, the incident serves as a reminder of the challenges in maintaining security, particularly in high-value financial transactions.