KARACHI: Four armed bandits snatched Rs8 million from two employees of a petrol pump when they were on their way to deposit the cash at a bank on Abul Hasan Ispahani Road on Monday, police said.

They added that the two employees riding a motorbike were intercepted by the four bandits on two motorbikes near the bank. They held them at gunpoint, snatched the cash and rode away.

East-SSP Syed Abdul Rahim Sherazi said that the police were probing the incident from different angles.

He said that investigators obtained CCTV footage from the area and were working on it to identify the robbers.

Published in Dawn, August 16th, 2022

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