One of those involved in the largest gold theft in Canada was arrested

the Canadian authorities Archit Grover, 36, of Indian origin, was arrested in connection with what is considered to be “The largest gold theft in Canadian history.”

The arrest took place last Monday at Pearson International Airport, where Grover was arrested on charges of grand larceny and conspiracy to commit a crime.

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Grover is involved in A robbery described as ‘worthy of Hollywood’ By researchers. On April 17, 2023, a flight from Zurich, Switzerland, landed at Pearson with approximately 6,600 pieces of pure gold, valued at more than $17 million, and $2.5 million in foreign currency.

After landing, the cargo was transferred to a separate location at the airport, but was reported missing the next day.

The disappearance of the shipment led to “Operation 24K” (for 24-karat gold), which a year later led to the arrest of most of the suspects, including Air Canada employee Parimpal Sidhu, who faces several charges.

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However, the two suspects, Simran Preet Panesar and Arsalan Choudhary, remain at large and wanted across the country. Panesar was also working for Air Canada during the robbery, underscoring the possible involvement of insiders in the case that has attracted the attention of the public and authorities.


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