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Sonipat bank robbery case cracked, say Haryana Police

Sonipat bank robbery case cracked, say Haryana Police

New Delhi: Haryana police claim to have cracked the Sonipat bank robbery case with the arrest of two people, allegedly involved in the heist. The accused have been identified as Surrender alias kala and Balraj. The duo was arrested from Katta village.

 Police is also conducting more raids to arrest others allegedly involved in the robbery. Robbers dug a 125-feet long tunnel to enter the locker room of a Punjab National Bank branch in Gohana on Monday night and decamped with valuables worth crores of rupees.





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