CCpur police cracks down on vehicle lifting racket

LAMKA, April 3: The crackdown of the Churachandpur police under its OC Elvis Tunglut on a two-wheeler lifting racket in the district continued today. The owners of the two wheelers recovered yesterday have been identified and the owners are awaiting for the formal official procedures before they can reclaim their stolen vehicles.

It is learnt that some of the vehicles recovered yesterday were stolen as early as last year.

It may be recalled that the police of Churachandpur district had initiated its operation against the vehicle lifters acting on the complaints from the public particularly from the Phailian Welfare Committee.

The committee had caught one Paulalzawm (24), son of L Goupi of Chengkonpang presently staying at Tuibuang veterinary quarter on suspicion of the said person being a two wheeler lifter on April 1 and handed over to the police which led to the further arrest of Md Sana (30), son of Md Ibotombi of Kwakta presently staying at Tuibuang as a tailor.

The subsequent questioning of the two further led to the arrest of Md Sirajuddin (18), son of Md Sahabuddin of Kwakta Ward no 5 by 9:30 am at Terakhongbi village on the National Highway 150 yesterday.

This exercise by the district police  led to the recovery of one Activa Scooter, one R-15 and a Pulsar 220 motorbike.

Two police teams operating from early morning till the evening  led to the recovery of the Activa Scooter and other two wheelers.

The police continued its crackdown  today hoping to make more arrest and recover more vehicles.

Meanwhile, sources have said that the three arrested have been booked with the CCPur PS under FIR no 30(4)13 u/s 379 IPC in respect of Md Sana and Paulalzawm Gangte and FIR no. 25(4)13 u/s 379 IPC in respect of Md Sirajuddin.

Earlier, the district police had unearthed a fake company at Rangkai under the supervision of the District SP Mangkhogin Haokip IPS which had been highly acclaimed by the people.

The OC said such gangs are organized lot of criminals and seem to have a vast network.

The District SP also told IFP that with the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and System (CCTNS) Project of the Government set to be implemented soon, it will help the police in fighting such crimes.

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