New Delhi [India] October 14 (ANI): The Delhi Police on Saturday said that the case of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's stolen car looks like a case of a joyride with a motive to park the vehicle at a different spot.
"The car had no security devices and it was easy to steal it. We are investigating along the lines of someone knowing about this. Prima facie looks like case of joy ride with motive to park car at another spot," Delhi Police PRO Madhur Verma told media here after the recovery of car.
He added that a sword was also found inside the car when it was recovered.
"We are clueless about the sword. We will send the car for a forensic examination," Verma said.
Kejriwal's blue Wagon R was stolen on Thursday.
Verma said, "The car got stolen outside the Delhi Secretariat. It was parked outside and went missing around 1 am".
The car was gifted to Kejriwal by Kundan Sharma, a software engineer, in January 2013. (ANI)