Theft at MS Dhoni’s rented house at Noida Sector 104; Police begin investigation
According to the station officer, the case has nothing to do with Dhoni as the house was rented.
Updated - May 1, 2019 3:22 pm
MS Dhoni is currently busy playing in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) and as usual, has led his team Chennai Super Kings (CSK) to the playoffs. While he continues to be successful on the field, all is not well for the cricketer off the field. An incident of theft took place at his rented house in Noida Sector 104 on Sunday and the police have started the investigation on the same.
The house has been rented to the person named Vikram Singh who is renovating the house. Also, there is a caretaker assigned to look after the house who noticed that one LCD television is missing. A total of three LCD TVs were there in the house and one of them has been stolen. FIR has been registered now at the Sector 39 police station.
“There were three packed LCD televisions in the house and one of them was on Sunday. Singh, who has taken the property on rent, informed us about the missing LCD television. They gave us the application and we have now registered an FIR in the matter,” Prashant Kapil, the station house officer, was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times.
Dhoni has nothing to do with the case
Prashant Kapil also further informed that MS Dhoni has nothing to do with the theft case as the house was rented to Vikram Singh. To add to it, Singh also informed that the helper is not seen anywhere ever since the theft has taken place and the police are looking for the person.
“The case has nothing to do with Dhoni as the house was given on rent to Singh. Singh told us that a helper has been missing since the theft has taken place. We are looking for him and soon he will be arrested. There was renovation work going on, so one of the people who were working there must have stolen the TV,” the station officer added.
Moreover, it has also been learnt that Vikram Singh had informed the Sector 39 about the missing TV on Monday itself but the complaint was only registered on Tuesday.