Dhoni's stolen phones found, hotel's fire department officer arrested for theft

Sources from the police said that the phones were stolen when the cricketer and his teammates were being rescued after a fire broke out at the Welcome Hotel in Dwarka.

A man working in the fire department of the 5-star hotel where cricketer MS Dhoni was staying was on Sunday arrested for stealing his mobile phones. The police have recovered the phones.

Dhoni's mobile phones were stolen from a 5-star hotel in Dwarka of Delhi. The cricketer filed a an FIR with the Dwarka Sector 10 police on Saturday.

According to the police, three mobile phones belonging to Dhoni were stolen. Sources from the police said that the phones were stolen when the cricketer and his teammates were being rescued after a fire broke out at the Welcome Hotel.

The mobile phones contained crucial information related to team India and BCCI. The Delhi Police has booked a man in connection with the thefts.

The cricketer was in Delhi to play for Jharkhand in the Vijay Hazare Trophy semi-final.

Incidentally, the team's kit was charred in the incident.

The Jharkhand team had entered the semi-final after defeating Vidarbha by six wickets at the Palam Ground in Delhi.

Around 550 Indian and foreign guest were also evacuated. No casualties were reported.

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