A burglary was perpetrated at the home of a stewardess in Blue Bay on Thursday evening, March 16. At the time of the robbery, the 60 year old flight attendant, her husband and two children were out for dinner in Mahébourg. The perpetrators of this robbery took various items, and the sum of Rs 13 500 and 280 euros. The whole is estimated at Rs 1 110 000.
This flight attendant went to the Blue Bay police station on the morning of Friday March 17 to report a case of burglary. In her complaint, she explained that it was between 7:30 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. on the evening of Thursday, March 16, that this theft was committed. The thieves gained access to her house after breaking a glass panel.
They left with his two personal computers of the Acer brand, an iPad, a camera of the Samsung brand, an Iphone 10, and a cell phone, including a Google Pixel, a pair of binoculars, an earphone, a jacket of the Calvin brand, two bottles of champagne, two gold chains, one gold chain, two foot chains, one diamond ring, one pair of earrings, five gold bracelets, one box of Quality Street of Colour Purple chocolate, three pairs of sunglasses, one watch, and the sum of Rs 13,500 and 280 euros.
The Criminal Investigation Division (CID) of Mahébourg was seized of this case. On the images of the surveillance cameras of Safe City, a car was seen stopping in front of the bungalow of the victim at around 7:26 pm. At 7:29 p.m., the victim, her husband and two children were seen leaving her bungalow in a car. Three minutes later, two men got out of their car and entered the yard of this hostess.
The 36-year-old maid of this family, a resident of Blue Bay, and a 41-year-old gardener from Mahebourg were questioned at length by the men of the CID of Mahebourg before being allowed to return home.