Former Indian skipper M. S. Dhoni's mobile phones, which allegedly went missing during the fire incident at a hotel here recently, have been found, police said on Sunday.
Dhoni, along with his Jharkhand cricket team, had on Friday escaped unhurt after the fire broke out at a five star hotel in Dwarka.
India, who posted a mammoth total of 603 in their first innings, in reply to Australia's 451, were looking to inflict an innings defeat upon Australia on Monday, to take a 2-1 lead in the four-Test Border-Gavaskar Trophy. "It was an error of judgment when he and three staff entered the room to sanitise it".
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Before the start of the Ranchi Test, India's head coach Anil Kumble had said in the press conference that he wished MS Dhoni would come and support the team in his home town.
Later after the fire was doused and he got back to his room, he found that his mobile phones were missing, Kumar said. He returned them claiming he did not know about the owner. However, police recovered the phones and arrested the cell phone thief. A CCTV footage of the lobby is also being examined, Kumar added.
Delhi Police chief spokesperson, Dependra Pathak, however, said they have not given a clean chit to the firefighter and will be verifying his claims before taking any action. "The investigation has indicated no involvement of the hotel staff and no FIR has been registered against us".