2 Air India Staffers Caught Stealing At Delhi Airport

NEW DELHI – Two baggage assistants of Air India were apprehended while they were allegedly trying to steal laptops and mobile phones inside the Indira Gandhi International Airport here, Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) said.

The two AI employees have been identified as Deepak Nangia and Abhimanyu, a CISF official said, adding that one laptop and three mobile phones were recovered from the duo in separate cases.

While Nangia was handed over to the police on February 14, Abhimanyu was intercepted and later handed over to the Delhi police on February 15.

“Both were intercepted when they were exiting the Terminal 3 of the IGI. The police is probing whether the laptops and other valuable were stolen from the baggage of passengers,” a CISF official said.

In yet another case, CISF troops found a bag lying at the Dwarka Sector 21 station of the Airport Metro which contained more than Rs 2 lakh, a Blackberry mobile phone and an iPod.

“The owner of the bag was contacted and he was handed over his belongings after proper verification,” the official added.

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