Robbers take away cash worth millions from Muhammad Hafeez’s house

LAHORE: A robbery was reported at former cricketer Mohammad Hafeez’s house here late Sunday, ARY News Reported.

According to the details, the intruders stormed into the cricketer’s house from the rare entrance before breaking into the former cricketer’s room to steal foreign currency, worth millions of rupees.

Following the unfortunate incident, the uncle of Hafeez’s wife lodged First Information Report (FIR) at the Defence Police Station.

As per the FIR, the robbers looted foreign currency – 20,000 US Dollars, 4,000 Pounds, 3,000 Euros and 5,000 AED – alongside the cricketer’s wife’s jewellery.

Notably, Hafeez is currently in Rawalpindi as he is representing Quetta Gladiators in the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) season eight, while his wife is also in the capital city.

Meanwhile, the police have started the investigation after taking the CCTV footage into the record.

READ: New Zealand stand in way of Sri Lanka’s world Test final quest