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Friday, October 30, 2020

Awesome! The same car was stolen 12 times and sold on OLX

Noida: A
 young man has been arrested by the Noida Sector-22 police for fraudulently selling his friend's car 12 times by posting an ad on OLX. Fake figures along with a car and cash along with a pencard have been recovered from the accused. The police registered a case and produced the accused in court, from where he has been sent to jail.

ACP II Rajneesh Verma said the arrested accused has been identified as Manotam Tyagi alias Manu Tyagi (resides in Tigri village). The accused is originally from Amroha village. A fake number plate WagonR car, two mobile phones, a fake PAN card and a fake Aadhaar card and Rs 10,720 in cash were recovered from the accused.

In more than a dozen cases in UP and Uttarakhand, the
ACP said the car seized belonged to his friend Ankur Tyagi, who lives in Moradabad. The accused was released from Uttarakhand jail in August on parole in a fraud case. There are dozens of cases against him in UP and Uttarakhand. A case of murder and robbery has also been registered against the accused at Sector-39 police station in Noida. Police inquiries have revealed that another accomplice involved in the crime is lodged in Uttarakhand Jail.

Doing the work in this way
The accused sells the car to anyone at a cheap price. Before selling the car, he used to create a duplicate key and install GPS, which keeps the data for a month. After selling the car, he would check the location of the car through GPS and immediately steal the car and run away. Then he would sell the same car to someone else. He did not transfer the registration of the vehicle to another person. The accused has stolen and sold his friend's WagonR car 12 times. Police interrogation revealed that the accused used to take token money and sometimes show the buyer a photocopy of the papers and sometimes promise to show it to the mechanic and run away.

If the car was sold in the market, the accused was caught
Jeet Yadav, a resident of Sector-117 Sorkha village, buys an old car in the name of car market in Sector-12. A few months back, the accused had sold him a Swift car for Rs 2 lakh 70 thousand. But the car did not transfer to his name. The fraud was reported when he saw the same car for sale on OLX. The accused could not be reached by phone later, after which he registered a case against the accused at Sector-24 police station.

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