In separate incidents, unidentified humans stole three laptops, ATM cards, and cash well worth over ₹three lakh via breaking into cars Friday, police said, including that the cars had been parked together with other automobiles in Sector 27 and Golf Course Road at the time of the incidents.
According to police, the thieves allegedly smashed the rear windows of those motors in the early hours of Friday and inside the afternoon and fled with the laptop bags kept on the automobiles’ rear seats. After preliminary research, robbery cases have been registered on the Sector 29 and DLF Phase 1 police stations.
One of the sufferers, Vikrant Verma, a resident of Najafgarh in Delhi, informed police that he, alongside his friends, had long gone to have lunch at one of the malls near Bristol Chowk Friday afternoon. “Verma had parked the auto in an unattended automobile parking space when unidentified guys allegedly broke the glass home windows and fled with the laptops. When he back after an hour, he found the glass of the rear windows of each of the automobiles damaged. His friend had also left her pockets and laptop at the rear seat,” said Karan Goyal, assistant commissioner of police (DLF).
In the alternative incident, a Sector 27 resident’s bag changed into stolen from his car’s rear seat, parked opposite his residence.
“I had parked my automobile out of doors my house, and there had been around 10 new cars parked on the stretch. When I woke up in the morning, I noticed the window glass broken and regarded my bag, which become lacking,” said Aditya Satyam.