Panchkula’s vehicle lifting cases will finally come to an end now as Panchkula police have caught the people who were involved in vehicle lifting in the city.
The vehicle lifters used to steal the vehicles from different areas of Panchkula and later used sell them to scrap dealers in Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh. The police have arrested a gang of vehicle lifters who stole more than 30 vehicles in the past few years.
Vehicle Lifters Busted In Panchkula
The assistant commissioner of police said that they got to know about the matter when a team of police officials led by Yashdeep Singh of crime branch arrested Jaswant Singh. Jaswant Singh aka Jassa is a resident of Ambala and was caught by the police on the Karnal-Meerut road with a stolen tipper. Jaswant Singh was arrest by the police after Pardeep Kumar, a resident of Raipur Rani had filed a complaint. Pardeep Kumar filed a complaint on 30th April as his vehicle was stolen near his shop.
36 Vehicles Were Stolen In The Last Three Years
After the police caught Jaswant Singh, they got to know that Jassa had stolen at least 36 vehicles in the last three years. The 36 stolen vehicles also include 24 tippers and 7 tata sumo cars. Jaswant Singh was involved in stealing vehicles with Shishu Pal. Shishu Pal is a resident of Yamunanagar and on the wanted list.
Jaswant Singh admitted that they use to steal the vehicles mainly from Panchkula and Ambala. The vehicle lifters use to steal the vehicles from different areas and later sold them in Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh to 2 junk dealers. Jaswant Singh said that the stolen vehicles might have been disposed of by the junk dealers.However, the police have also arrested and interrogated the two junk dealers from Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh.
The police have started their investigation and they are sure that they will be able to recover all the stolen vehicles very soon. As per the statement made by Jaswant Singh, there were 24 vehicles which were stolen from Ambala. The Panchkula police have informed the Ambala police about the arrest made and they will soon start the investigation in Ambala.
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