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Robbery of Tamil Nadu businessman caught on camera

A CCTV footage of four men on two motorcycles robbing a businessman in the middle of the road in full public view at Alandur on Saturday has sent shock waves among the public.

Published: 30th June 2018 05:47 AM  |   Last Updated: 30th June 2018 05:47 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

CHENNAI: A CCTV footage of four men on two motorcycles robbing a businessman in the middle of the road in full public view at Alandur on Saturday has sent shock waves among the public.

Hareesh, a businessman of Alandur was returning from work at Guindy to his house on Saturday afternoon. “He was driving his car. Four men — two wearing helmets and two masked — were  following him from his office. They spotted him carrying a suitcase and suspected it to be filled with cash and robbed him,” said a police source.

The footage showed two bikes intercepting the car and the pillion riders getting off and threatening Hareesh to hand over the suitcase and snatching it from him. The other road users stopped and witnessed the incident. A few minutes later, the men escaped on their motorbikes. The victim filed a complaint with St Thomas Mount police station that the men had taken away  Rs 7,000 kept in the suitcase.

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