Security Guards Faked Heist To Steal £7m

Saturday, 14th October 2017 at 7:29pm

The Slough & South Bucks Express reports that two men who faked a robbery to steal £7million for themselves have been found guilty of conspiracy to steal.

Former security guards Mohammed Siddique and Ranjeev Singh staged the robbery while working for a cash handling company in an attempt to steal 19 bags of cash which was due to be transported to the Bank of Ireland.

The pair were working together for Loomis and had been tasked with picking up £7m in cash from Heathrow Airport.

In order to create the impression that it had been a robbery, Siddique’s hands and ankles were bound with cable ties and he was left on a service road near the M40 in Buckinghamshire, where he was found by a member of the public.

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