Burglars broke into the Kalyanpuri office of Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday early morning and stole computers, several important documents and digital video recorders (DVR) among other things. The suspects have not been identified yet.
"There was a robbery at the Patparganj office of Deputy CM late night on Thursday. The exact time is not yet known," deputy commissioner of police ( East) Omvir Singh told reporters adding that the premises were being used as Sisodia's office until recently and that a shifting is in process.
According to the police, the thieves allegedly cut through a wire mesh on a window and entered the office premises before fleeing the spot with DVRs, documents, letterheads and CPUs of two computers.
"The burglars turned away the CCTV cameras and took away the DVRs that had recordings," an AAP worker told the channel.
A police team, along with sniffer dogs, arrived at the spot after being informed of the burglary by the staff. They collected samples while the forensic team took fingerprints.
Delhi: Theft at Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia's office in East Delhi. Computers and documents stolen.
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