However, the police head constable of the civil police station found the mobile phone after checked the CCTV cameras.
Surat : Police recovered the mobile of the female patient who went missing from the washroom of 6/B of kidney building of Surat Civil Hospital with the help of CCTV. A relative of another patient saw an uninherited mobile on the washroom shift and took it. However, the police head constable of the civil police station found a mobile worth 18 thousand during the interrogation of the two women who went to the washroom in the CCTV.
To begin with, Suhnia lives with a tribal family in Bhavani town in Pandesara area and works as a sales promoter. She was admitted to the civil hospital two days ago due to dengue. In the meantime, she went to the washroom in the morning. Mobile phones were forgotten in the washroom. It was reported that after a few minutes, the mobile was not found in the washroom. Within minutes the mobile disappeared from the washroom shift. She was under mental stress. There was a mobile worth 18 thousand. Hence an immediate investigation was carried out by timely contacting Ramesh, head constable of the civil post.
Furthermore, Ramesh, head constable of the civil police station, said that he reached the ward on hearing that the mobile of the female patient was missing and conducted an investigation of the CCTV, in which it was revealed that two women had gone to the washroom after the female patient and both were relatives of another patient in the ward. One of the two investigators immediately admitted that he had found the mobile. After the mobile was found, the female patient was identified and returned the text. Timely checks can find stolen or lost valuables. Nothing gets lost in a CCTV-equipped hospital. If the person who lost the things, contacts the police, it will give them time to find it and get it back.