Those arrested have been identified as Sahil Shooken, 22, and Sachin Parasar, 20.
Prashant Sharma, authorised representative of Zoomcar India, in a written complaint alleged that one person called Dushyant Chauhan booked an XUV 500 car from Zoomcar.com on May 16 by paying an initial amount of Rs 6,744 online.
"The vehicle was supposed to be returned on May 17 but he did not return the vehicle. Apart from that, the Global Positioning System (GPS) of the vehicle was removed and the last location of the GPS was found at Mandi, Himachal Pradesh," the complaint read.
"Based on a tipoff, the police nabbed Shooken from Rohtak, Haryana. During the interrogation, the accused revealed the involvement of Sachin, who was also arrested," police said.
During interrogation, Shooken said that they have been a customer of Zoomcars.com for the last 4-5 years. He along with his friends had booked and stolen a number of vehicles from Zoomcar.com even before, said police.
An FIR has been registered at Connaught Place police station. Further investigation is underway.
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