Hours after he allegedly drove off in a van loaded with Rs 1.28 crore cash, a 24-year-old driver, delivering cash to ATMs, was caught by the Mumbai Police Crime Branch at Kalyan railway station as he was about to board a train to his native state Bihar.
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The accused Amar Singh (24) was nabbed on Saturday after a brief chase at Kalyan station. About half of the stolen cash was found in his luggage, while the remainder was seized from his home in Belapur, Navi Mumbai, the police said. Singh, the police said, was employed with Logicash Solutions Pvt Ltd, a firm that helped banks transport cash to ATM centres. Singh has been remanded to police custody until April 4.