Indore : In yet another case of mobile phone theft on the pretext of charity, a bank manager was duped of a high end smartphone from his cabin, on Saturday.

The manager filed a complaint with the police on Monday.

Police are investigating the matter and it is being speculated that it is handiwork of the same man who did similar thefts at two other locations on the same day.

According to Tukoganj police, Vishal Nagar, a Manager at ING Vysya Bank, Zanjirwala Square branch reported the incident, on Monday. On Saturday, Nagar was working in his cabin and his mobile phone was kept on the table at 12.40. Around the same time, a man of 30 years came up to him and asked for donation for the blind and deaf.

When Nagar refused, he went away. After some time, his mobile was not there on the table.

Nagar alleged that the man who had come to seek donation stole it. The phone was a high end one and worth about 35,000.

When the CCTV camera recording was examined after the incident, the face of the accused could be seen very clearly. The police have registered a case of theft and are looking for the accused on the basis of the CCTV recording.

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