The rural police have cracked a robbery case that occurred in Mundhegaon Shivar in the district. Eight people who looted four and a half kg of gold and 135 kg of silver in a planned way from a courier van in Mundhegaon Shivar.
All these suspects are hailed from Rajasthan and Agra. So far two and a half kg of gold and 45 kg of silver have been seized from them. Meanwhile, the involvement of three ex-soldiers has been revealed in this case and since the main mastermind is an ex-employee of the concerned courier company, it has been concluded that he is the one who hatched the conspiracy.
The suspects have been identified as Devendra Singh alias Karwa Satveer Parmar (Age 33, resident of Kheragarh, dist. Agra, Uttar Pradesh), Akash Ramprakash Parmar (Age 22, resident of Nauni, tal. Kheragarh, Agra, Uttar Pradesh), Hubsingh Mullasingh Thakur (ex-serviceman, Age 42 and resident of Venkora, dist. Bharatpur, Rajasthan), Shivsingh Bijendra Singh Thakur (fruit trader, age 45 and resident of tal. Kheragarh, Agra, Uttar Pradesh), Zaheer Khan Sukha Khan (ex-serviceman, age 52, resident of Agra, Uttar Pradesh). While Satender Singh Yadav (Ex-serviceman, resident of Bhojpur, Agra), Dalchand Gurjar (resident of Naglamadhav, tal. Kheragarh, Uttar Pradesh) and Nandu Gare (driver resident of Bahaduri, tal. Chandwad, dist. Nashik) are on the run. The robbery in the middle of the night on January 18, 2024.
During the investigation, police found that the suspects went to Agra from Nashik after committing the crime. The main mastermind was Akash Parmar, who was previously working in a courier company. He knew everything about the courier and left the job two months ago. Thereafter Parmar informed Devendra Singh and his accomplices about the location of the van and the robbery plan. Accordingly, they also did recee two days before the incident, but due to the lack of accomplices and lack of a car, they again planned the robbery and succeeded in it.
Devendra Singh has earlier been booked in a case of similar robbery in Surendranagar district of Gujarat state.
Police inspector Hemant Patil, Ghoti police station inspector Vinod Patil, assistant inspector Sandesh Pawar, Ganesh Shinde, havaldar Navnath Sanap and their colleagues did this remarkable job.