Two Detained For Stealing 40 iPhones From Delhi International Airport


Two people have been captured for taking 40 iPhones from the payload complex of the Indira Gandhi International Airport, police said on Wednesday.

Police likewise recuperated 28 iPhones worth Rs. 19.5 lakh.

“The denounced have been recognized as Preetam Nishad and Anurag Singh, both inhabitants of Delhi,” Deputy Commisisoner of Police Madhur Verma said.

As per police, both charged acted as loaders at the IGI Airport’s cargo complex. In spite of the fact that Preetam had lost his occupation several months back, he had not restored his identity card.

Afterward, the two chosen to submit thefts at the cargo complex and find out regions, which were not under CCTV reconnaissance.

On April 12, a committal of red iPhone 7 arrived at the cargo complex, as Apple was to launch them in India on April 14.

“Later in the day, it was seen that 40 telephones were lost from the imported in cargo,” DCP Verma said.

He said that Anurag stole 40 telephones from the relegation and he called Preetam to the complex to move those out of the airplane terminal.

They then sold the telephones, saying that they had obtained them amid customs’ bartering at the air terminal.

Following up on a tip-off, police captured Preetam on May 13, and his cross examination prompted Anurag’s capture.