Eid Gah Police has arrested an accused concerned in motorbike theft who has confessed to stealing one motorbike day by day from town throughout investigation.
The accused advised the police that he sells the stolen bikes to a mechanic for Rs 5,000 to Rs 7,000. On the identification of the accused, the police raided a home in Haji Camp and arrested a mechanic and recovered stolen motorbike elements together with 84 clutches, 74 engine covers, and 62 quantity plates together with petrol tanks, mud guards and silencers. have been exported.
What was the method of the accused?
The motorcycle thief has been identified as Nazar Hussain son of Ghulam Abbas while the mechanic has been identified as Faisal Albert son of Albert Masih. SHO of Eidgah police station, Shabhav Khan Bangash, told Sama Digital that the target of accused Nazar Hussain was the motorcycles which were not properly locked.
The accused used to park his motorcycle next to such motorcycles and start another motorcycle and escape. The accused used to hand over the stolen motorcycle to mechanic Faisal. Mechanic Faisal had rented a house in Haji Camp to open the stolen motorcycles.
Nazar Hussain used to return to the crime scene after handing over the stolen motorcycle to the mechanic Faisal and started his motorcycle there and left for home. Nazar Hussain told the police that the stolen bike was dismantled at the rental house after which its parts were delivered to mechanic Faisal’s father Albert Masih’s shop in Aurangzeb Market.
Nazar Hussain has told the police that he used to steal a motorcycle every day and give it to the mechanic Faisal and he used to give him 5 to 7 thousand rupees for each motorcycle.
How was the arrest of the accused?
According to Sharif Khan, on August 27 this month, a motorcycle was stolen from outside a biryani shop in Jubilee Market, which the shopkeeper immediately reported to the police. A team of Eid Gah police reached the spot and got the footage of the CCTV cameras installed in the vicinity, in which a person was seen to park his motorcycle at the spot after starting another motorcycle parked nearby and fleeing. .
The SHO said plainclothes policemen were deployed to arrest the accused and an hour and a half later, when the accused came to collect his bike, the police arrested him.
Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) of District City told Sama Digital that apart from the accused Nazar Hussain, other persons also used to sell the stolen motorcycles to the accused Faisal Mechanic. He has expressed hope that after the arrest of Faisal Mechanic, it will help in the arrest of active motorcycle thieves across the city.