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Police release CCTV footage of men robbing Randheli resort office

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Police are looking for three men who were caught on video footage obtained through the security camera of Randheli Resort’s main office in Male’, after it was robbed of more than MVR 100,000 (US$6500).

According to police, the robbery took place in the early hours of Saturday morning. The thieves took MVR 80,000 (US$5194) and US$3000.

Police have released the video footage of the robbery and appealed to the public to share any information they have regarding the case or persons involved in it.

The video footage obtained by police show three men sneaking from one room to another and roaming around inside the office looking for something.

All three were covering their faces and were wearing gloves. The video shows one man was carrying an object resembling an iron bar.

The video shows the man break breaching a room inside the office using a metal tool and coming out with a bag. Soon after they leave the office.

The face of one of the three men is seen at the beginning of the video footage.

Polices Spokesperson Sub-Inspector Hassan Haneef did not respond to calls from Minivan News today.

In a statement police have requested the public to contact 332 2111 or police Serious and Organised Crime Department (991 1099) if anyone has information that might help the police investigation.

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3 Comments on "Police release CCTV footage of men robbing Randheli resort office"

  1. sober on Wed, 31st Oct 2012 7:39 PM 

    Quite talented, aren’t they? Except for the blunder by one of them showing his face. The nerves got to him, which is understandable. I expect he’ll do better in his next performance.

  2. mody on Thu, 1st Nov 2012 10:24 AM 

    Its not vows and its horrible and they are not even smart. But what is happening is that they know nothing can be done even they are caught and maximum they might have to spend one year in Jail.

    The jail in here is even better than some of our people houses and they get food and accommodation without spending a penny.

    Human right commission is there to ensure these criminals are looked after well .

  3. leaf on Thu, 1st Nov 2012 8:26 PM 

    Agree with Mody.
    The only way to deter these kinds of thieves would be cutting the hand that did the offence!


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