Ghaziabad – Engines and chassis number of stolen vehicles changed to Sambhal, four arrested

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The engines and chassis numbers of the stolen vehicles were changed to Sambhal, four arrested
Vasundhara. The Crime Branch has arrested four members, including Puneet alias Guddu, the head of the Vasundhara Elevated Road interstate vehicle thief gang. There is a reward of 15,000 in a case of vehicle theft in February 2022 at the Puneet Indirapuram police station. The gang used to steal four-wheeled vehicles from Delhi, Ghaziabad, Meerut, Noida, Hapur, Bulandshahr and other districts and send them to Shahenshah, alias Raja and Arif Kabadi, to Sambhal and have the chassis and engine numbers changed. Later, he used to sell these vehicles in Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Haryana at cheap prices.
Crime branch chief Abdur Rehman Siddiqui said that from below the elevated road, the team has arrested father and son Wasim Alvi and Akram Alvi, distant relative Sahil Alvi living in Sharad City Loni and Puneet alias Guddu, resident at Shatabdinagar Sector 4 Police Station, Partapur Meerut. . . Stolen Swift DZire, WagonR and Eeco cars have been recovered from them. During interrogation it was revealed that Puneet is the brain. He has stolen more than 100 vehicles with the gang in six to seven years. Apart from these, Mahadev Sardhana Meerut, resident of Amit Tyagi, alias Raja of Shahenshah, Bahjoi Sambhal, resident of Arif Kabadi and Ganga Vihar Loni, resident of Amit alias Pyare Lal Sharma are also included. All four fled taking advantage of the darkness.
The whereabouts of the stolen vehicle used to be like this:
In many states, gangs used to take special care while stealing vehicles. After Reiki, breaking the back door with a screwdriver, he used to steal the car with a fake key. Meanwhile, the GPS system was also removed from the electronics, then Loni, Wasim and Akram used to park the car in a circle and change the license plate. After two or three days, after taking the stolen vehicle to Bahjoi to Sambhal, Shahenshah, alias Raja, and Father Arif Kabadi, used to change the chassis and engine numbers. Similarly, Amit Tyagi of Meerut also used to steal the car and send it to the Sambhal scrap yard. After the completion of the work, the gang used to sell the fake documents of the vehicle through Amit alias Pyare Lal Sharma in Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Haryana.
The commission of all was divided into gangs:
According to the head of the Crime Section, Lokesh, the head of an interstate gang at the Indirapuram police station, was arrested in February 2002 in a vehicle theft case and sent to prison. After that, Puneet, alias Guddu, took over the responsibility of the gang. He used to give a commission of 15 to 25 thousand to all members with the money earned by selling the vehicle after the robbery, while ten thousand rupees per car to the father-son of Sambhal, Kabadi Arif and Shahenshah alias Raja.
Used Bolero vehicles to send on request to Chhattisgarh:
The gang also used to steal vehicles on demand from different states. In Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan, they used to sell the Bolero and tall cars after the robbery. Police say these vehicles are used for mining work there, so there is a problem in recovering the stolen vehicles.

The engines and chassis numbers of the stolen vehicles were changed to Sambhal, four arrested

Vasundhara. The Crime Branch has arrested four members, including Puneet alias Guddu, the head of the Vasundhara Elevated Road interstate vehicle thief gang. There is a reward of 15,000 in a case of vehicle theft in February 2022 at the Puneet Indirapuram police station. The gang used to steal four-wheeled vehicles from Delhi, Ghaziabad, Meerut, Noida, Hapur, Bulandshahr and other districts and send them to Shahenshah, alias Raja and Arif Kabadi, to Sambhal and have the chassis and engine numbers changed. Later, he used to sell these vehicles in Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Haryana at cheap prices.

Crime branch manager Abdur Rehman Siddiqui said that from under the elevated road, the team has arrested father and son Wasim Alvi and Akram Alvi, distant relative Sahil Alvi resident in Sharad City Loni and Puneet alias Guddu resident at Shatabdinagar Partapur Meerut Sector 4 Police Station. . Stolen Swift DZire, WagonR and Eeco cars have been recovered from them. During interrogation it was revealed that Puneet is the brain. He has stolen more than 100 vehicles with the gang in six to seven years. Apart from these, Mahadev Sardhana Meerut, resident of Amit Tyagi, alias Raja of Shahenshah, Bahjoi Sambhal, resident of Arif Kabadi and Ganga Vihar Loni, resident of Amit alias Pyare Lal Sharma are also included. All four fled taking advantage of the darkness.

The whereabouts of the stolen vehicle used to be like this:

In many states, gangs used to take special care while stealing vehicles. After Reiki, breaking the back door with a screwdriver, he used to steal the car with a fake key. Meanwhile, the GPS system was also removed from the electronics, then Loni, Wasim and Akram used to park the car in a circle and change the license plate. After two or three days, after taking the stolen vehicle to Bahjoi to Sambhal, Shahenshah, alias Raja, and Father Arif Kabadi, used to change the chassis and engine numbers. Similarly, Amit Tyagi of Meerut also used to steal the car and send it to the Sambhal scrap yard. After the completion of the work, the gang used to sell the fake documents of the vehicle through Amit alias Pyare Lal Sharma in Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Haryana.

The commission of all was divided into gangs:

According to the head of the Crime Section, Lokesh, the head of an interstate gang at the Indirapuram police station, was arrested in February 2002 in a vehicle theft case and sent to prison. After that, Puneet, alias Guddu, took over the responsibility of the gang. He used to give a commission of 15 to 25 thousand to all members with the money earned by selling the vehicle after the robbery, while ten thousand rupees per car to the father-son of Sambhal, Kabadi Arif and Shahenshah alias Raja.

Used Bolero vehicles to send on request to Chhattisgarh:

The gang also used to steal vehicles on demand from different states. In Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan, they used to sell the Bolero and tall cars after the robbery. Police say these vehicles are being used for mining work there, so there is a problem in recovering the stolen vehicles.

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