The Gurugram Police has arrested a former supervisor of a outstanding electronics retailer retailer and his pal for allegedly making away with 57 iPhones that they deliberate to promote in Nepal, officers mentioned on Tuesday.
According to police, on January 5, 60 iPhone mobiles, 4 sensible watches and a pair of laptops have been discovered lacking from Reliance Digital Store at Ardee Mall in Sector 52.
Based on the grievance concerning the theft, an FIR was registered on January 6.
The crime unit Sector 40 group on Monday arrested the accused, Narendra Kumar, who labored as a supervisor on the retailer, and his pal, courier boy Ashok Kumar.
Narender instructed police that he made duplicate keys of the shop and deliberate to steal the objects from there as he was conscious of having access to it.
“The arrested accused confessed that as a way to develop into wealthy shortly, that they had stolen the objects from the shop. We have recovered 57 stolen iPhones, 4 sensible watches and two laptops from their possession. Further probe is underway”, mentioned Preet Pal Singh Sangwan, ACP, crime.
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