Noida: Flat burgled in broad daylight at Paramount Floraville
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Noida: Flat burgled in broad daylight at Paramount Floraville

Two unidentified men broke into a flat on fifteenth floor of Tower 3 and took away valuables.

Noida: Flat burgled in broad daylight at Paramount Floraville

A flat, at Paramount Floraville, a high rise gated society in Sector 137, Noida, was on Tuesday burgled in the broad daylight.

The owners, who are working couple, were in their offices when thieves broke into the house. They forcefully locked the house help in a room and searched for valuables in the house for around 10 minutes.

Flat number 1502 on the fifteenth floor of Tower 3 was burgled by two unidentified men.

Sulabh Kapoor, owner of the house, told City Spidey that while he and his wife were in offices, thieves forcefully entered the house by breaking locks of an iron door and wood door of the house. 

He said, “When we returned to home around 6 pm, we found that maid was in another room which was locked from outside. We opened the door and then she explained that two thieves entered the house. The house was ransacked, and the thieves ran away with valuables from the house.”

He said that the police was informed about the burglary and a senior police officer from phase two police station also visited the society. “They have called me for giving a complaint in writing following which a case of burglary will be registered,” Kapoor informed.
It caused panic in the society as watchman was on duty and society is also equipped with remote surveillance. 

Residents are now questioning the efficacy of JLL, a private security agency, which was appointed for safeguarding residents and their belongings in the society.  

It is ironic that when security guards are on-duty, and thieves burgled the house in broad daylight. “What kinds of duty are they performing to safeguards us? Are they keeping a watch on CCTV recording? If they would have been monitoring the CCTV recording, this could not have happened,” residents added.

Kapoor said, “We are now scanning the CCTV footage to identified the thieves and if we find a relevant footage, the same would be shared with police to nab the criminals.”