IFFI director's laptop was stolen by Kerala delegate: Police

Indo Asian News Service
26 November 2012

Panaji, Nov 26 (IANS) Police have arrested a film festival delegate from Kerala for stealing a laptop belonging to the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) director Shankar Mohan.

Superintendent of Police (North) Vijay Singh told reporters here that a delegate from Kerala M.K. Venu had stolen the laptop from Menon's cabin where there was no one around Friday.

"We have recovered the laptop from Venu's hotel room in Panaji," Singh said.

Mohan had filed a police complaint last week after he discovered that his laptop was stolen from his cabin located in the well−guarded IFFI campus.

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