Three persons throw chilli powder in trader’s eye, rob 15 lakh, flee on moped


  • A bag full of money was looted by throwing chilli on the face of the trader and his grandson
  • Robbery with a merchant in the City Light area around 9pm on Friday night
  • Police suspect that someone inside may have planned the robbery

Surat: An 80-year-old textile trader and his grandson were returning home from a shop near City Light area of ​​the city on Friday night when they were robbed of Rs 15.25 lakh in cash. Three strangers were riding on a moped and allegedly robbed her by throwing chili powder in her face. Umra police have registered a case against the unidentified accused and are investigating the matter.

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According to police sources, Anand Lalchand Punjabi runs a shop called ‘Mahima Fashion’ in Moti Begumwadi and his 18-year-old grandson Yash Jethanand helps him in the Aburani business. On Friday night, they were both returning home to the Chandan Park Society in the City Light area at about 9 p.m.

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As they were passing by Tirth Studio, a moped came to a stop in front of their car and the drivers forcibly stopped the vehicle. Before realizing either situation, a moped driver opened the driver’s side door and slapped Yash on the face with chilli powder. He also tried to get her out of the car. Meanwhile, his accomplice also threw chilli powder on Anand Lalchand’s face. Meanwhile, a third accomplice snatched two bags of cash worth Rs 15.25 lakh from the car and the three fled.

Yeshe called her father, who had brought them both home. After the eye inflammation subsided, the grandparents went to the Umra police station and lodged a complaint of robbery. Police suspect that the robbery may have been carried out by an insider and the accused may have known about the rupee as well as their daily route. Police are collecting CCTV footage of the area to identify the culprits.


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