MS Dhoni's iPhone and 2 more phones were stolen from hotel    PTI
MS Dhoni’s iPhone and 2 more phones were stolen from hotel PTI

New Delhi: Delhi Police has booked a man for stealing three mobile phones of former Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni from a hotel here, a senior officer said on Sunday. A complaint was filed by Dhoni on Saturday after his mobiles, including an iPhone, went missing during a fire at the WelcomHotel on Friday in Dwarka, Deputy Commissioner of Police Surender Kumar told IANS. The complaint stated that he lost the devices during the evacuation process. MS Dhoni registers police complaint after losing mobile phone in hotel fire

Dhoni along with his Jharkhand Cricket Team members had rushed out of the hotel in a hurry as smoke had entered their rooms. He had forgotten to carry some of his belongings, including the phones. Later after the fire was doused and he got back to his room, he found that his mobile phones were missing, Kumar said. The police are investigating the case and the hotel staff are being interrogated. A CCTV footage of the lobby is also being examined, Kumar added.

The fire broke out on Friday morning at the back side of the hotel. Around 550 Indian and foreign guest were also evacuated. No casualties were reported. Sourav Ganguly told us to bowl outside off to MS Dhoni: Manoj Tiwary

Earlier, Bengal rode on a century each from opening batsmen Shreevats Goswami (101) and Abhimanyu Easwaran (101) to defeat Jharkhand by 41 runs in the semi-final of the Vijay Hazare domestic 50-overs cricket tournament here on Saturday. Goswami and Easwaran put up an opening stand of 198 and along with veteran Manoj Tiwary’s aggressive knock of a 49-ball 75 not out, Bengal posted an imposing total of 329 for four in 50 overs.

Jharkhand were bowled out for 288 in 50 overs, even though iconic former national captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni top-scored with 70 in 62 deliveries and Ishank Jaggi contributed 59. India discard left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha took 5/71 in 10 overs for Bengal, while medium pacers Kanishk Seth and Sayan Ghosh bagged two wickets each.