RAWALPINDI - The unknown robbers stole cash, gold and diamonds worth Rs 120 million from a gold foundry located at Kocha Ganga Ram in New Sarafa Bazaar on the night falling between Friday and Saturday. According to details gathered from jewellers and police, unknown robbers entered the gold foundry owned by Anwaar Ahmed alias Dada Anwaar through roof and broken the wooden door to reach the lockups where the gold, diamonds and cash were kept. The robbers broken the lockups and made off with looted cash, gold and diamonds worth Rs 120 million. Some jewellers, who have been associated with this business in Sarafa Bazaar since long, termed the robbery 'heist of the city. Irshad Ahmed, Finance Secretary of Markazi New Sarafa Bazaar Union Rawalpindi (MNSBUR), told this reporter that people associated with gold and diamond business across Pakistan gave orders to Anwaar Dada for making diamond jewellery. As the news reached new Sarafa Bazaar, a large number of jewellers gathered outside the gold foundry, where the incident happened, and shouted slogans against the failure of Rawalpindi police. In the meanwhile, SP Rawal Town Malik Matloob Ahmed Awan, DSP Waris Khan Circle and Station House Officer (SHO) Police Station (PS) Waris Khan Raja Rasheed along with heavy contingent of police reached the scene and tried to pacify the protesting jewellers but in vain. Later, the police high-ups visited the gold foundry and then called the forensic experts, who collected evidence from the crime scene. Imran Ahmed and Amir Ahmed, the sons of victim owner, while talking to media persons said that robbers stormed into their gold foundry via roof and decamped with cash gold and diamonds worth Rs 100 to 120 million by breaking wooden door and lockups. They said that they have been running this gold foundry for the last 60 years. On a query that there were some reports that police took their workers into custody for interrogation, Amir denied the reports, saying they had only one worker who had been working for last 38 years in their gold foundry and he could not commit this crime. Police are interrogating the matter while they also called sniffer dogs to detect the robbers, Amir informed media men. The jewellers have hired private security guards and there is no truth in this report that there is security lapse on part of jewellers, Amir replied to another query.