Gurgaon, Jan 12 (Agencies): Widening the ambit of its probe into the Rs 400 crore Citibank fraud, the police will investigate records of Norman Martin Brokers, which employs Raghuraj Puri, the father of Shivraj Puri, the alleged mastermind of the scam.

Police sources said Norman Martin Brokers, which has its parent company in Europe, was used to channel about Rs 50 crore by Shivraj Puri, a relationship manager with Citibank.

Raghuraj Puri is one of the directors of Norman Martin Brokers which has its office in New Delhi. A local court will hear tomorrow his plea for anticipatory bail.

The police claimed that Shivraj Puri during his custody revealed that Rs 50 crore was channled through Norman Martin.

Puri is accused of luring high net-worth individuals to invest in bogus schemes by promising unusually high returns, which he falsely substantiated with a forged letter from market regulator Sebi.

Meanwhile, sources said that two senior Citibank officials met Gurgaon Police Commissioner S S Deswal and informed that the bank has stared looking into the grievances of investors and customers affected by the fraud.

Ashok Swarup, Managing Director, Corporate Affairs, and Rajiv Nair, Managing Director and head of capital market origination, met Deswal.

Meanwhile, a local court today extended the police remand of Shivraj Puri by two days till January 14 after police said they are yet to recover vital evidences, including an iPad.