Amazon returned items: you won't believe what this duo did at buyers doors
The Delhi Police have arrested two persons who allegedly impersonated as Amazon delivery boys to collect returned items.
The Delhi Police have arrested two persons who allegedly impersonated as Amazon delivery boys to collect returned items. The accused have been identified as Gaurav and Raju Singh were arrested after police received a complaint regarding the incident. The accused reportedly sold the items at the Gaffar Market.
Ambika Saraf, an authorised representative of the Amazon branch in Nehru Place, had filed a complaint regarding the collection of a delivered camera from a customer by the fake delivery boy. Customer Gaganpreet Singh had got a call from Gaurav impersonating as a delivery boy. However, genuine Amazon delivery boy, Jasvinder Singh, came and collected the item before he could reach the shop to collect the item. Police arrested the accused when he came to the store, according to DNA.
During interrogation, Gaurav revealed that he had been a delivery boy in the Amazon branch in Laurence Road from 2015 till February 2018, and worked under Raju Singh who was his store manager. Gaurav became jobless.
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It was also revealed that Raju would give him information about customers who wanted to return their purchased articles.
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