New Delhi: Police on Tuesday made recoveries from Rajasthan Royals player Sreesanth's friend's house in Jaipur, sources said. Sreesanth, who has been accused of spot-fixing at least three matches of Indian Premier League's sixth edition, took the police team to Jaipur and led them to the recoveries, they added.
Police recovered clothes worth Rs 1.95, bought from a Diesel showroom in Mumbai, from his friend's house, according to the sources. They also recovered the pacer's BlackBerry Z10 phone, bought from the spot-fixing money, sources said.
Sources added that the police are now sorting through Sreesanth's bills. The cricketer paid for all these purchases with cash, sources said.
Rajasthan Royals cricketers Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan were arrested on May 16 on charges that they spot-fixed certain matches in IPL 6. All three players, along with several bookies and fixers, have been arrested in the case and their interrogations are on.