Singh said Subodh transferred money to the accused from inside the prison during the incident. It was gathered that even before the Dehradun incident, money was transferred to the accounts of the accused involved in the incident.
During the interrogation, it was revealed that the suspects parked different vehicles at a distance of 40-50 km before committing any incident, and the drivers were only allowed to take 2-3 people or the belongings given to them with them. a predetermined location. They were not given any other information.
The SSP said the accused were not told anything other than each other’s name and their roles in the incident, so if any of them were caught, he could not give further information about the others.
The gang was making money by selling the jewels looted in Nepal for 70 percent and then dividing the money among themselves.
The Subodh gang allegedly targeted Reliance showrooms, Manappuram Gold and Muthoot Finance branches in states like West Bengal, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan and seized jewelery worth millions of rupees.
This gang also stole Rs 90 lakh cash and gold worth Rs 30 lakh from Axis Bank in Bhiwadi, the SSP said.
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