Uttarakhand

3 miscreants of bike thief gang arrested, 10 stolen bikes recovered

An accused vehicle mechanic caught, the mechanic took 2 others along in the theft to earn shortcut money
Rudpur
. Police have arrested three accused along with 10 stolen bikes. Police has collected information about 5 stolen bikes, while the owners of the five bikes are being traced.
Talking to reporters, SP City Manoj Katyal said that SSP Manjunath TC had directed to disclose incidents of bike theft in the area. A police team was formed to investigate. The team busted the gang and arrested three accused. He told that village Thakurnagar, resident of Samlesh mandal and Devnagar, resident of Animesh Bala, had filed a case of theft of their respective bikes.
Under the leadership of Kotwali in-charge Bhupendra Brijwal, SSI Vinod Fatryal, the police interrogated three youths in custody from the bridge over the dry river on Saturday. On the basis of the information received in the enquiry, Ratan form no. Big thorny bushes were kept on the edge tied in one. Ten stolen motorcycles were recovered from different places. SP City told that Raja Sardar resident Surendranagar, Shakti Farm no. 5, resident of Divesh Sarkar, ward no. 2 Shakti Farm, Raj Gupta resident of Ward No. 1 Shakti Farm has been arrested.
SP City said that one of the three accused is a mechanic who repairs vehicles. For money, this mechanic along with two other accomplices started stealing vehicles. SP City told that the bike theft gang is a very vicious gang. Their arrest will curb the incidents of bike theft. He has appealed to the bike owners to install an additional lock in the bikes. So that the bike cannot be stolen by opening the handle lock. The SSP has announced a reward of Rs 2.5 thousand to the team. Kotwali in-charge Bhupendra Singh Brijwal, SSI Vinod Singh Fatryal, Shaktifarm outpost incharge Jagdish Chandra Tiwari, Sidkul outpost incharge Chandan Singh Bisht, Kamal Nath Goswami, Bharat Bhushan, Kapil Kumar, Harish Kabadwal were included in the team

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