₹ 3 crore 60 lakh were plundered from two men after the looters pursued their vehicle in four vehicles for a few kilometers on the Pune-Solapur expressway.
Mumbai: An emotional expressway pursue combined with firings prompted a theft worth crores in Pune in seemingly an activity scene from a film.
Rs 3 crore 60 lakh were plundered from two men after the burglars pursued their vehicle in four vehicles for a few kilometers on the Pune-Solapur roadway late on Thursday night.
It is yet to be known why the two men – Bhavesh Kumar Patel and Vijaybhai – were conveying a major sum in a vehicle. It is thought the sum could be connected to a hawala racket.
In the occurrence that happened in Indapur in Maharashtra’s Pune region around 2 am on Friday, the burglars previously attempted to stop the casualties’ vehicle when they dialed back close to a speedbump, as per the police grumbling.
Four unidentified men conveying iron poles moved toward their vehicle and attempted to stop it, however they speeded away.
From that point, the burglars began pursuing them in two vehicles and two cruisers. Those on the bikes terminated at their vehicle and carried the vehicle to end. The burglars whipped the people in question and escaped with the money kept in their vehicle, police said.