To play PUBG with friends, 2 boys stole 19 phones in Delhi!
Two teenagers who allegedly stole mobile phones to play the popular game (PUBG) were caught by Delhi Police on Friday.
Police said the two boys were addicted to PUBG and had stolen over 19 phones from a shop in South Delhi’s Neb Sarai.
Atul Kumar Thakur, DCP (South) said, “The shopkeeper told us that someone broke into his shop and took Rs 2,000 cash, mobile phones and board games such as Ludo and Chess.”
The boys were identified after police saw CCTV footage. They were apprehended-from their homes.
During questioning, police found that one of the boys, who wanted to play PUBG with his friends, decided to steal the smart phones as many of his friends did not have it. A case of burglary has been registered against the two.
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