A most daring robbery was perpetrated at the home of a Central Water Authority (CWA) waiter in Saint Paul, Phoenix. The thieves gained access through the front door of his house to steal several pieces of furniture, household appliances, decorative items and a sum of Rs 75,000, among other items. The total value is estimated at Rs 1.5 million.
The 41-year-old CWA reservation clerk gave a statement about the burglary at the Phoenix police station on the evening of Thursday June 29. In his complaint, he explained that the robbery took place between 6:30 a.m. on the morning of Friday June 29 and 7:30 p.m. the same day.
The thieves gained access to his home through the main entrance door. They came away with a Sharp refrigerator, a Samsung microwave, an oven, a smoke extractor, a sofa bed, three lampshades, a bath mirror, a Samsung washing machine, a table and six metal chains, a sofa set, a decorative porcelain lion, a TV cabinet and TV set, two 49″ and 32″ Myros TV sets, a metal bed, a wardrobe, eight liters of whisky, including Red Label, Chivas Regal, Ballentin and Double Black. An office table and chair, seven wall lamps, a set of blinds, two gold chains, three rings, a sum of Rs 75,000 in Rs 1000 denominations, a water cooler, jeans, a Samsung stereo and an iPhone.
The victim said he could recognize the stolen items, except for the sum of Rs 75,000. Phoenix’s Criminal Investigation Division (CID) is working with elements of the Field Intelligence Officer to trace the perpetrators of this burglary.