The Noida Police on Tuesday stated they’ve arrested two Swiggy supply executives who allegedly broke into homes within the metropolis and decamped with valuables.
Swiggy, the web meals ordering and supply platform, stated it has suspended the 2 supply companions who had been engaged on contract foundation.
Extra Deputy Commissioner of Police, Noida, Ranvijay Singh stated accused Mohammad Kafeel and Ravi Shankar had been arrested by the Sector 39 police station crew probing a home theft case.
“Two Swiggy supply companions have been arrested.?Throughout investigation it was discovered that the duo would break into homes and steal valuables,” Singh stated.
“They’d go for supply at homes round Golf Course space, their assigned territory, and take inventory of houses and buildings which had been empty or susceptible. They’d goal such homes for valuables throughout nights,” he stated.
The 2 accused hail from the adjoining Bulandshahr district in western Uttar Pradesh and had been staying in Sector 126 in Noida, he stated.
An FIR has been lodged within the case on the native Sector 39 police station underneath Indian Penal Code sections 380 (theft in dwelling home), 411 (dishonestly receiving stolen property), 414 (aiding in concealing stolen property), 454 (lurking house-trespass or house-breaking with the intention to commit offence punishable with imprisonment.)
Swiggy strongly condemned the act of its supply companions and suspended them with rapid impact.
“Now we have a zero-tolerance coverage in the direction of any such conduct and shall be extending our full help to the investigating authorities,” it informed PTI in a press release.
In line with the police, a 32-inch LED tv, two monitor fits, one wrist watch, a Swiggy bag and a few instruments used to interrupt into homes had been seized from their possession, whereas a bike, which Ravi Shankar had bought from his share of the cash stolen by the duo, was impounded.
A 3rd one who procured stolen gadgets from them has been recognized and efforts had been on to arrest him, the police added.