Three Vehicle Thieves Arrested, Seven Vehicles Including Five Cars Recovered

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Bhot (Rampur). During the checking of vehicles, the police arrested three inter-state vehicle thieves on Tuesday night. Police have recovered five cars and two Eicher canters from the possession of the accused. Also forged documents, DL (driving license), two pistols, cartridges and knives have been recovered. The police have challaned all three and sent them to jail on the orders of the court. Whereas, his other accomplices who came to light during interrogation are being searched. According to the police, the value of the recovered vehicles is around Rs 50 lakh.
Late on Tuesday night, the police got information that vehicle thieves are going to sell three stolen cars from Delhi and other states in Uttarakhand. On the information, the police station became active and the SHO Sanjay Kumar started checking vehicles on the national highway near Khuntakheda village of the police station area in the night itself with heavy police force.
During this, the police stopped three cars coming from Delhi side and during interrogation, suspecting the persons driving the car, took all three into custody and brought the car along with the car to the police station. At the same time, during interrogation, the three accused informed about the theft of the three cars from Delhi and Haryana. After this the police arrested all the three accused.
On his behest, a total of five cars including two Eicher canters and two cars parked near the tampon stand in Bhot town have been recovered. Simultaneously, fake documents of four vehicles, two pistols with four cartridges and a knife have been recovered from the accused. During interrogation, the vehicle thieves were identified as Rehman resident of Nalapar Kotwali Rampur, Asif resident of Motinagar Jhanda Chowk, Thana Tanda and Mustafa resident of Mohalla Kazipura, Thana Tanda, District Rampur.
A case was registered against them under the sections of vehicle theft, seizure, cheating, forgery etc. and presented in the court. From where the accused have been sent to jail on the orders of the court. The SO said that the two accomplices of the accused, Shuaib and Rais Ahmed, are absconding. He too will be arrested soon.
Changed the registration number immediately after theft
Bhot (Rampur). The members of the interstate vehicle thieves gang are very smart. These vehicles used to change its registration number with theft. Before stealing the vehicle, he used to make new number plate of the vehicle and fake registration papers etc. SHO Sanjay Kumar said that during interrogation, the vehicle thieves informed that they used to steal vehicles from Delhi, Haryana and Noida.
As soon as the vehicle was stolen, the vehicle’s engine, chassis number and number plate were changed and fake registration certificates and other documents were also made. Because of which the police could not catch them. During the checking, vehicle thieves used to easily dodge by showing fake documents to the police. The accused told that they used to sell vehicles in remote areas of Uttarakhand at exorbitant prices with the help of forged documents by changing the number of vehicles. The police are also looking for the agents who sold their vehicles and other accomplices involved in the theft.

Bhot (Rampur). During the checking of vehicles, the police arrested three inter-state vehicle thieves on Tuesday night. Police have recovered five cars and two Eicher canters from the possession of the accused. Also forged documents, DL (driving license), two pistols, cartridges and knives have been recovered. The police have challaned all three and sent them to jail on the orders of the court. Whereas, his other accomplices who came to light during interrogation are being searched. According to the police, the value of the recovered vehicles is around Rs 50 lakh.

Late on Tuesday night, the police got information that vehicle thieves are going to sell three stolen cars from Delhi and other states in Uttarakhand. On the information, the police station became active and the SHO Sanjay Kumar started checking vehicles on the national highway near Khuntakheda village of the police station area in the night itself with heavy police force.

During this, the police stopped three cars coming from Delhi side and during interrogation, suspecting the persons driving the car, took all three into custody and brought the car along with the car to the police station. At the same time, during interrogation, the three accused informed about the theft of the three cars from Delhi and Haryana. After this the police arrested all the three accused.

On his behest, a total of five cars including two Eicher canters and two cars parked near the tampon stand in Bhot town have been recovered. Simultaneously, fake documents of four vehicles, two pistols with four cartridges and a knife have been recovered from the accused. During interrogation, the vehicle thieves were identified as Rehman resident of Nalapar Kotwali Rampur, Asif resident of Motinagar Jhanda Chowk, Thana Tanda and Mustafa resident of Mohalla Kazipura, Thana Tanda, District Rampur.

A case was registered against them under the sections of vehicle theft, seizure, cheating, forgery etc. and presented in the court. From where the accused have been sent to jail on the orders of the court. The SO said that the two accomplices of the accused, Shuaib and Rais Ahmed, are absconding. He too will be arrested soon.

Changed the registration number immediately after theft

Bhot (Rampur). The members of the interstate vehicle thieves gang are very smart. These vehicles used to change its registration number with theft. Before stealing the vehicle, he used to make new number plate of the vehicle and fake registration papers etc. SHO Sanjay Kumar said that during interrogation, the vehicle thieves informed that they used to steal vehicles from Delhi, Haryana and Noida.

As soon as the vehicle was stolen, the vehicle’s engine, chassis number and number plate were changed and fake registration certificates and other documents were also made. Because of which the police could not catch them. During the checking, vehicle thieves used to easily dodge by showing fake documents to the police. The accused told that they used to sell vehicles in remote areas of Uttarakhand at exorbitant prices with the help of forged documents by changing the number of vehicles. The police are also looking for the agents who sold their vehicles and other accomplices involved in the theft.