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Help steals phones from flat, locks owners inside


NOIDA: A woman employed as a home lend a hand allegedly stole two Samsung phones from an engineer’s flat in Sector 93 and escaped after bolting the main door from outside. The engineer and his spouse may not pop out of the home for approximately 15 minutes, nor may they make any calls as their phones have been lacking.
Surendra Singh, who works with Samsung, mentioned Tuesday used to be the first day of the woman as a home lend a hand at their flat in Super MIG residences. Singh mentioned the lend a hand were arranged for through the guards of the housing society and had known herself as Seema.

“She got here to our area on Sunday and spoke to us in regards to the work she used to be required to do. On Monday, she used to be cleansing the home when she unexpectedly slipped out and locked the main door. We didn't realise it for 10 minutes. My spouse Neha identified that the woman used to be not in the home and attempted to search for her in the balcony. When she attempted to move downstairs, she realised that the door were bolted from outside,” he mentioned.

Singh mentioned they soon realised their two Samsung phones, which were stored on a desk, have been lacking. “We raised an alarm and attempted to name for lend a hand. It used to be handiest after about 15 minutes that a passerby walking in the lane abutting our flat noticed us in the balcony and opened the bolt,” he mentioned.


The engineer mentioned it used to be the second one theft in their area previously two months. Twice unlucky, Singh and Neha had gone to Goa in November and found the locks in their flat damaged and two sets of gold earrings price around Rs 30,000 lacking on their return.


Dheeraj Singh, chowki in-charge of Expressway police station, mentioned the woman may not be captured on CCTV because the cameras have been out of order. “She used to be hired through known staffers. They might be questioned,” he mentioned.


Surjit Yadav, safety in-charge for the housing society, mentioned the home lend a hand used to be too new to be issued an ID card.




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