Unidentified persons in Delhi's Dwarka shoot dead bank cashier, injure three others, flee on motorcycles

Delhi Police are scanning the CCTV footage of the bank to identify the accused

Press Trust of India October 13, 2018 16:58:40 IST
Unidentified persons in Delhi's Dwarka shoot dead bank cashier, injure three others, flee on motorcycles

New Delhi: A cashier was shot dead and three persons were injured after some unidentified people entered a bank in southwest Delhi's Dwarka on Friday and fled with over Rs 2 lakh, police said.

Police were informed about firing at a Corporation Bank branch in Khaira village at 3.45 pm, they said.

Unidentified persons in Delhis Dwarka shoot dead bank cashier injure three others flee on motorcycles

Representational image. Reuters

Six masked people entered the bank for committing loot and fired on the cashier Santosh Kumar (25). He and the other injured were rushed to a nearby hospital where Kumar was declared brought dead, they said. The accused fled on motorcycles and also snatched the pistol of the security guard, a senior police official said.

Police are scanning the CCTV footage of the bank to identify the accused and teams have been formed to trace them, he said.

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