The burglary was discovered today when Mr Bharadwaj reached his office, located inside a community centre, and found the door open, they said.
The accused fled with an LED TV, a computer and a digital video recorder of the CCTV cameras installed in the office premises, the police said.
The police do not have clues about the identity of the accused since they have taken the video recorder of the CCTV cameras.
Three scrap dealers, who were involved in buying the canopies, were also arrested in the case.
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