ISLAMABAD, Nov 9: Robbers looted over Rs15million from a money changer in Sihala on late Thursday night, police said.

Imran Shahzad, running his business in different cities, was going to Kalar Saydan from Rawalpindi. When reached T-Cross in Sihala some persons intercepted him and held him at gun point and snatched the amount and managed to escape. Later the victim approached the Sihala police and informed them about the robbery.

In response, the police asked him to lodge a written complaint for registration of a case, but he sought time in this regard as he wanted his employees to be interrogated first.

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