Submitted by alvin on Wed, 2016-11-23 16:44 Bengaluru: A driver of a vehicle that was transporting Rs 1.37 crore cash to a bank on Kempegowda Road in the city has escaped with the cash containing Rs 500 and Rs 2000 notes on Wednesday! The money was being transported to the Bank of India branch on Kempegowda Road. However, at around 2.10 pm, when the vehicle reached the bank premises, the security guards alighted from the vehicle to shift the cash box. In a fraction of second, the driver is learnt to have drove off the vehicle before the security guards could react. However, the branch’s senior manager Eshwarappa has completely denied it. He told a television channel that no vehicle carrying cash to their branch has gone missing. “We have our own vehicle for logistics support. The missing vehicle does not belong to our bank,” he clarified. The Upparpet police have alerted the check-posts to prevent the driver from going out of the city.