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Delhi: Delivery executive held for selling phone cop ordered

The accused, Manoj (22), who was supposed to deliver a mobile phone to the policeman, told the officer that his order has been cancelled and later sold the phone to a neighbour.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: October 22, 2020 7:36:24 am
delhi city news, delhi online shopping fraud, delhi e commerce fraud, delhi delivery boy sells phone, delhi policeThe accused, Manoj (22), who was supposed to deliver a mobile phone to the policeman, told the officer that his order has been cancelled and later sold the phone to a neighbour. (Representational Image)

A 22-year-old delivery executive working for an e-commerce company has been arrested by the Delhi Police for allegedly cheating a police officer in South Delhi’s Kotla Mubarakpur.

The accused, Manoj (22), who was supposed to deliver a mobile phone to the policeman, told the officer that his order has been cancelled and later sold the phone to a neighbour.

Police said the complainant works as a Sub-Inspector in NCRB in Delhi.

In his complaint, filed at Kotla Mubarakpur police station on Monday, the SI said that he had ordered a mobile phone online, after which Manoj came to his house in Kidwai Nagar on October 1 and allegedly told him that his order was cancelled.

Manoj also allegedly told him he will get a complete refund.

The SI discovered that he was duped when he checked the order status which showed that his phone was delivered on October 1.

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