Cash, jewellery worth ₹2.4 cr stolen from Sonam Kapoor, her husband Anand Ahuja's New Delhi house
Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja's Delhi home has reportedly been robbed.
Delhi Police said that the robbery took place on February 11 and was reported to the police on February 23.
The statement said that a complaint was made about a theft at the residence of Harish Ahuja, who is Sonam Kapoor’s father-in-law.
A complaint was made on 23.02.22 that there was a theft at R/o Harish Ahuja, Amrita Shergil Marg. They complained that some cash and jewellery combined worth 2.4 crore was stolen.
“Immediately FIR was registered and an investigation started. Teams have been formed and an examination of the evidence is underway. Further investigation is in process," police added.
According to an ABP Marathi report, Sonam Kapoor’s mother-in-law was the first to lodge a complaint at Tughlaq Road police station about the robbery at their home.
The actress, who is expecting her first child with husband Anand, is currently in Mumbai, several news outlets reported.
Her mother-in-law Priya Ahuja and father-in-law Harish Ahuja live in their Delhi bungalow along with Anand’s grandmother, Sarla Ahuja.
Besides the Ahuja family, there are reportedly 25 people employed as house staff, as well as nine gardeners, drivers and other workers.
Their house is located near Amrita Shergill Marg.
According to police, the incident took place on February 11 and the manager of the administration of the house lodged the complaint.
A case under IPC section 381 (theft by clerk or servant of property in possession of master) was registered at Tughlaq Road police station the same day and an investigation was started, Guguloth said.
Police said that the case was later transferred to the special staff of the New Delhi district.
“We suspect the domestic help or workers at the complainant’s residence could be involved in the theft.
There are more than 20 workers in the house and police have questioned many of them,” a senior police officer said.