Rs.1.5 mn robbed from finance company in Ja-Ela

4 March 2016 01:33 pm - 1     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

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Two unidentified men have robbed Rs.1.5 million from a Finance Company at Ja-Ela this morning, Police said.

They said the cashier had been walking to the car park with the money when the two men had slashed his hand before grabbing the money and fleeing from the scene on a motorcycle.

The cashier who suffered cut injuries on his hand was admitted to the Ragama Hospital.

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  • TONY Saturday, 05 March 2016 09:10 AM

    THESE GUNMEN HAD A KNOWLEDGE OF THE PROCEDURES THE COMPANY FOLLOWS AS A ROUTINE. SURELY TIPPED OFF FROM INSIDE THE CO


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