LAHORE: According to the local media, former Pakistan cricketer Mohammad Hafeez has filed a first-information report at Police Station Defence after his house was robbed off of valuables including foreign currencies.
According to the details in the FIR, Hafeez has reported US$20,000, £4000, €3000, and AED 5000 among other valuables that were stolen from his home. The robbery allegedly took place during late hours on Monday. The robbers forced their entry into the house after breaking the grills of the windows.
It is pertinent to mention here that Hafeez is currently busy representing the Quetta Gladiators at the ongoing HBL Pakistan Super League’s 8th edition. He is staying in Islamabad where his side is scheduled to play its remaining game(s).