Srinagar, Jan 5: Jammu and Kashmir Police on Wednesday claimed to have solved a theft case in Bandipora by arresting four accused involved in the commission of crime and have recovered stolen property from their possession.
A police spokesman in a statement, said that on 04-01-2022, Police Station Bandipora received a written complaint to the effect that some unknown person/persons have stolen a Motor Cycle bearing registration number JK19-7354.
“Accordingly, a case under FIR number 03/2022 under relevant sections of law was registered in Police Station Bandipora and investigation was initiated.”
“During the course of investigation, the officers acting swiftly and zeroed in on three suspects identified as Sameer Ahmad Sheikh, son of Reyaz Ahmad, Abrar Ahmad Rather, son of Muhammad Hussain and Zameer Ahmad Akhoon, son of Zahoor Ahmad—all residents of Kaloosa Bandipora.”
“When officers spoke to them they learnt about their involvement in the commission of crime. During thorough questioning, they also revealed that they have sold the stolen bike to a mechanic identified as Jafar Shafi Bhat son of Muhammad Shafi resident of Safapora who runs a motor cycle repairing shop at Safapora.”
Subsequently, all the accused persons have been arrested and shifted to police station where they remain in custody. On their disclosure, the stolen motorcycle has been recovered in parts which were done by the accused mechanic in order to conceal the actual position of Motor Bike, police said, adding that further investigation is going on and more recoveries are expected. “Our efforts should assure community members that Police is resolved to act tough against the individuals involved in criminal activities,” police said.
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