IPL 2023
David Warner Thanks Cops For Recovering Most Of The Stolen Equipements
By CricShots - Apr 21, 2023 8:23 pm
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Delhi Capitals (DC) captain David Warner has revealed that the authorities have successfully recovered most of the stolen items from the DC players’ kitbags. This is wonderful news for the DC players because they lost critical match equipment. The theft occurred while in transit from Bangalore to Delhi. This highlights the need to increase security measures during sports equipment shipment to avoid such tragedies.

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The players were unaware of the theft until their kitbags arrived in their hotel rooms. This demonstrates the need to have sufficient checks and balances in place to ensure the safe distribution of sports equipment. However, the authorities did their job well to recover the majority of the stolen products. Their prompt action and quick inquiry demonstrate their dedication to dealing with such issues.

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The Delhi Capitals (DC) is having a miserable Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 season. Under the captaincy of David Warner, they are sitting at the bottom place on the 10-team points table after losing their first five games and winning only one. If their on-field problems weren’t bad enough, several DC players had their kit bags stolen in transit.

The players learned about it after receiving their respective hotel room kits upon their arrival in Delhi from Bangalore, where they met RCB in an IPL match on Saturday (April 15).

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David Warner revealed on Friday that most of the stolen goods from the players’ kitbags have been recovered by the police. The recovery of stolen goods is a relief to the cricketers who may have lost important personal belongings and equipment. Meanwhile, Warner shared a photo on his Instagram story where a police officer is standing with the stolen goods on the floor. Warner wrote: “They found the culprits. Few missing still but thank you.”

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David Warner gave an update on social media