Phones with sensitive info stolen from IAF officer’s flat
delhi Updated: Jun 10, 2016 08:49 IST
NEW DELHI: The official flat of an Indian Air Force (IAF) wing commander in Lutyens’ Delhi was burgled on Wednesday. The burglars made away with the wing commander’s official and personal mobile phones, his laptop and gold jewellery, police said on Thursday.
Sources said the stolen official 3G enabled Air Force Cellular (AFCEL) Net mobile and laptop contained sensitive information.
Though an FIR was registered at the Tughlaq Road police station, the police do not have any clue about the burglars. Despite repeated attempts, the district DCP, Jatin Narwal, could not be contacted. In the FIR, a copy of which is with HT, wing commander Mohan Rana, 38, mentioned he was posted at IAF headquarters at Rafi Marg in New Delhi. He lives with his family at Sujan Singh Park. On Wednesday, Rana locked his home and left for office around 8am. His family members had gone to their native village.
The IAF officer returned home around 5.40pm and found the main door of the flat unlatched. The entire house was ransacked. “His personal Samsung Grand phone and service AFCEL mobile, laptop, and four gold bangles were found missing from the house,” said a police officer.
Wing commander Mohan Rana refused to comment on the matter.