New Delhi, June 4: Four armed men barged into the govt residence of superintendent of police (SP) Sunil Rajore and robbed the house by locking him inside his room. As per a report of Times of India, miscreants barged into the Rajore’s house by cutting the wire mesh on the window at around 2:00 AM. Also Read - Karwa Chauth Turns Tragic For Wife As Husband Gets Stabbed to Death for Resisting Robbery in Delhi's Moti Nagar

At the time of the incident, SP’s family members including 70-year-old mother Baby Rajore, 37-year-old sister Sangeeta Neke, 15-year-old niece Ayushi Neke and her younger brother were in the house. Also Read - Upset Over Not Getting a Salary Hike, Man Stages Robbery of Rs 10 Lakh to Take Revenge From His Boss

Speaking to TOI, SP Rajore said the men first entered his mother’s room and then went to his room and stole his wallet containing debit cards and some cash. The miscreants stayed inside the house for over an hour. However, when police reached the house they nabbed one of the accused while the others three managed to flee the spot. Also Read - Noida: Bike-borne Miscreants Steal Mobile Phone, Wallet at Gunpoint, Return to Ask ATM Pin; Arrested

“They locked my gate from outside and went to the hall where my sister Sangeeta and mother were sleeping. My sister could see their shadow and she tried to call for me. My mother used an emergency bell to alert me,” the SP said, adding “As soon as I tried to reach out to my mother for help I found that my door was locked from outside.” The SP then alerted his sister by caller her on phone. He instructed her to lock the gate.he

The SP informed that control room and asked for help. Within 20 minutes, police officials arrived at his residence and controlled the situation.