Chandigarh: The anti auto theft squad of Crime Branch claimed to have arrested two drug smugglers allegedly involved in vehicle lifting in Chandigarh. The Police have recovered 10 stolen two wheelers from their possession.
According to police, the accused have been identified as Karan Kumar alias Kannu (20) a resident of Village-Burail, Chandigarh and Sumit Kumar (23) a resident of Village-Raipur Khurd, Chandigarh.
Inspector Gurmukh Singh, In-charge anti auto theft squad said a naka was set up near PEC Turn Sector 11, Chandigarh. During checking the team apprehended above said accused persons along with a Motor Cycle bearing registration number PB-65-A-4498, make-Hero Honda Splender while they were coming from the side of Naya Gaon, Mohali, Punjab. On further checking, the motor cycle was found to be stolen and the accused were arrested in the case.
During interrogation, they disclosed that they have stolen number of two wheeler vehicles from the different part of Chandigarh. On Thursday, upon their disclosure statement, both were produced before the Court and 2 days police custody remand was obtained for further investigation.
During the course of further investigation, 10 stolen two wheeler vehicles were recovered at their instance which led to solving of 8 cases of auto theft registered with different police stations of the city.
One arrested for eve-teasing and threatening girl
Chandigarh: The Chandigarh Police have booked a youth for allegedly eve teasing and threatening a 18 years old girl here at Sector 34. According to police, the accused has been identified as Rajesh Sharma who is a catering tender.
Police sources said that the accused who is reportedly known to the victim had been eve teasing her. On Thursday, he again misbehaved and eve teased the girl, and when the girl resisted to the action, the accused threatened her.
Following this, the complainant informed the police and gave a complaint. The Police after recording the statements of the victim, have arrested the accused under relevant sections of the IPC at Police Station Sector 34, Chandigarh. The investigation of the case is in progress, said Baljit Singh, SHO Police Station Sector 34.DP
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