Mumbai: Cash van driver absconding with Rs 2.8 crore Mumbai News – Times of India

MUMBAI: The driver of a cash-loading van is absconding with Rs 2.8 crore in cash, which was to be loaded at various ATMs on Monday. happened in the event goregaon west And the police are looking for him.
The 34-year-old driver, Udaybhan Singh, worked for a cash management agency for the past two months. On Monday, between 12 noon and 1 pm, he had taken the cash van to a public sector bank near Goregaon (West). College, His companions were sitting in the van. After reaching the bank, he got down to fill the currency notes in the machine. But when they returned from work, both the driver and the van had disappeared.
“The staff called Singh, but he did not respond. They tracked the location of the van through GPS coordinates. Piramal Nagar There seemed to be further halt in Goregaon,” said a police officer.
The employees informed their superiors in the cash management agency and the Goregaon police were also informed about this. A police team went to Piramal Nagar, where they found the unclaimed cash van. An amount of Rs 2.8 crore was missing.
Police have now formed three teams to trace Singh. Officials said that his phone records are being checked and footage from nearby cameras is being examined.