Man steals phones worth Rs 3.5L from warehouse, booked

  • | Friday | 1st December, 2023

GURGAON: Around seven phones worth Rs 3.5 lakhs were stolen from the inventory of an e-tailers office in Bilaspur, said police on Wednesday. A complaint has been filed by Shamsuddin Khan, an employee at the security department of Flipkart, at Bilaspur police station. The incident took place on November 11, according to the police.We regularly take stock of our inventory, and for the last few days, we realised that the a few mobile phones, which were ready for delivery to our customers, were missing.After checking the inventory multiple times, we found that at least seven mobilephones — both iPhones and Androids — are missing. With the permission of our manager, we checked each and every CCTV clips and found that one of the employees who worked in operations had stolen all seven phones from the desk. The CCTV camera installed just above the desk had captured all his actions.According to police, the accused has been identified as Shubham Yadav, who is from Uttar Pradeshs Kannauj district.Moreover, the complainant alleged when the company representatives formally confronted Shubham, he started avoiding them and stopped coming to the office. The pen drive containing the CCTV footage of the entire incident is also missing. We anticipate that other employees might be involved in the theft as well, added Shamsuddin.An FIR was registered against the accused under Section 379 (theft) of the IPC at Bilaspur police station on Wednesday.We also published the following articles recentlyTirupati police recover stolen, lost mobile phones worth Rs 1.08 croreTirupati police recover 600 stolen and lost mobile phones worth Rs 1.08 crore in 2 months. People can register complaints at Central Equipment Identity Register (CEIR) to get their phones back quickly. 2,230 mobile phones worth Rs 4.01 crore have been recovered in total.50k for each police stn for blanket CCTV coverLalbazar officials have completed the CCTV audit at police stations and have requested the installation of CCTVs in stations frequented by the public. Each police station has been allocated funds for this purpose, with Rs 50,000 released per station for CCTV conservation. A master plan has been submitted for the remaining police stations, but funds are awaited from the government. Lalbazar is not willing to wait any longer and will use available resources to set up a basic CCTV network. OCs have been instructed to comply and submit an action taken report.Microsoft Phone Link may soon get Android phone camera supportMicrosoft expands Phone Link app in Windows 11 to include Oppo, OnePlus, and other OEMs; working on a feature to access phone camera on Windows PC; potential usage as webcam; Apple and Google also offer similar functionality; code in Phone Link app hints at connecting Android phone camera with Windows; notification prompts for camera video streaming permission; messages for pausing, resuming, and temperature status; code does not explicitly mention using camera as webcam; additional features include Auto-framing, filters, and shooting modes.

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