Delhi Capitals David Warner: When the Delhi Capitals (DC) team returned to Delhi after playing the match against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in Bangalore, the team was stolen from players’ cricket kits to bats and pads and many other equipment. After this, now the captain of the Delhi team, David Warner has informed through his social media post that the police have recovered most of the stolen goods. In the photo posted by Warner, bats, pads, gloves and other items can be clearly seen.
Talking about these stolen goods, apart from 3-3 important bats of David Warner and Phil Salt, 2 bats of Mitchell Marsh were also stolen. Apart from this, 5 bats of Yash Dhul, a young player in the team, were stolen. The players of the Delhi team came to know about this when their luggage reached their hotel rooms in Delhi.
After the theft of the goods, the Delhi players informed the police, after which most of the goods have been recovered along with catching the thieves. The cost of the stolen 1-1 bats of David Warner and Mitchell Marsh is around Rs 1 lakh.
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