The office of the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia has been trespassed. The police said that some important reports, documents and a computer have been stolen.
According to senior police officer Omvir Singh, the robbery took place on Thursday night at the Patparganj office of Deputy CM and the exact time is not yet known.
The theft was reported by the staff this morning after which the police team arrived for investigation. The senior police officer said that finger prints have been taken by the forensic team. The burglars reportedly ruptured a wire mesh and turned away the CCTV cameras.
Mr. Pankaj Singh of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) said that documents, CPUs of two computers and letterheads are missing. The robbers even took away the DVRs that had recordings according to an AAP worker.