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Guard allegedly flees with Rs 4.04 crore from Chandigarh bank

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Guard allegedly flees with Rs 4.04 crore from Chandigarh bank

Guard allegedly flees with Rs 4.04 crore from Chandigarh bank

A security guard working at Axis Bank branch in Chandigarh's Sector 34A allegedly ran away with Rs 4.04 crore in cash, as per police.

"A case has been registered and raids are being conducted at suspected places to nab the culprit," said police.


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