Mathura:A reward of Rs one lakh has been announced for disclosing whereabouts of the robbers who looted Rs 30 lakh cash at gun-point from a nationalised bank's branch in Vrindavan area of the district, police said on Monday.
"A reward of Rs one lakh would be given to a person or group who would furnish details of robbers. The name and address of the informer will not be disclosed. He may directly contact me," said SSP Manjil Saini.
On November 21, six unidentified persons had barged into the Chaumuha branch of Syndicate Bank and looted about Rs 30 lakh.
The bank cashier was injured as the robbers hit him on head with the butt of the gun, the SSP had said, adding, the robbers also damaged the CCTV cameras of the bank and snatched the guard's gun.
Police is trying to find a link between the robberies in past by analysing the timings, ways of robbery, transport and bank robberies committed in nearby districts.
"We are trying to find out permutations and combinations for avoiding such incidents. We have also invited suggestions from bank managers to counter such incidents," Manjil added.