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6 held for indulging in vehicle thefts in Delhi

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Rinku (18), Paramvir (19) and a minor boy were apprehended from Rohini Sector 5 allegedly with a stolen motorcycle yesterday, P Karunakaran, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (Outer) said.

Their questioning led to the the recovery of a motorcycle and two scooters which were stolen from Vijay Vihar and Begampur.

Another person, Chander Shekhar (22) was also arrested in a separate incident allegedly with a stolen motorcycle, he said.

"They used to roam at night and target vehicles in unattended areas," Karunakaran said.

In another incident, two men - Waseem (20) and Madanveer (38) - were arrested from Rajouri Garden in West Delhi yesterday.

With their arrest, Additional Commissioner of Police (West) V Renganathan, said six vehicle theft cases have been worked out and seven stolen motorcycles recovered from them.

"Waseem told us that he along with his accomplice Sahajad have stolen many vehicles from Delhi and sold them at various places in Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh," he said.

Three motorcycles have been recovered from Meerut at the instance of Waseem.

"Three motorcycles were recovered from Madanveer, who allegedly bought the stolen motortcycle," Renganathan added.

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First Published: Sun, June 17 2012. 18:05 IST
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