Techies find Rs 89,000 on the road, hand it over to the police
CHENNAI: Two Software Engineers Lying 89,500 On The Road At Vijayanagar Bus Station On Monday, Handed Over The Money To The Police.
The Police Said That N Senthil, 32 And G Dinesh, 29, Both From Madurai, Are Employed At Software Firms In Taramani And Manapakkam.
They Stay Together With A Few Other Friends In A Room In Taramani. Senthil Went To Bengaluru With His Friends. On His Way Back, He Took A Taxi From Koyambedu And Reached Velachery. He Then Called Dinesh For A Ride To Taramani.
On The Way Home, They Noticed A Bundle. Because It Was A Well-lit Area, The Bundle Was Clearly Visible. They Took The Money And Went To The Velachery Police Station. The Two Handed Over The Money, In The Denominations Of 500, To Velan Headman Who Was On Night Shift. Senior Police Officers Praised The Two For Their Honesty.
The Police Said The Banknotes Were Real And That The Money Would Be Transferred To A Court In The City On Tuesday. The Owner Must Claim The Money From The Court That Produces The Right Documents. Until Now, No One Has Claimed The Money. The Police Suspect That Someone Accidentally Dropped The Money From A Vehicle. We Also Check CCTV Camera Images From The Area, Said An Investigating Officer.