Police arrest gang of teenage motorcycle thieves
KARACHI: Police have arrested a six-member gang of teenage motorcycle thieves on Wednesday in Karachi, ARY News reported.
Senior Superintendent Police (SSP) Central Arif Aslam Rao said the culprits had confessed to dozens of crimes including stealing bikes from within limits of different police stations in Central District, Karachi. He said acting upon the information received from them, police have recovered nine motorcycles.
“The brazen young suspects are aged between 14 and 18, but they are adroit at stealing bikes,” he said.
The police officer told that the suspects, Aamir Hyder, Saleem alias Khachia, Khairullah, Kamran, Khan Wali and Shehzad, were arrested by Sir Syed police station personnel.
A case has been registered against them for their involvement in stealing motorbikes.
Arif Aslam said two pistols were recovered from Aamir and Saleem.
Earlier on Wednesday (today), Anti Car Lifting Cell (ACLC) returned vehicles worth millions to their owners in Karachi.
According to details, the ACLC returned vehicles including motorcycles, cars and dumper-trucks, recovered during last month, to their respective owners.
Speaking exclusively to ARY News, SSP ACLC Munir Ahmed Sheikh said that these vehicles were recovered last month and the department has organised this ceremony as a “confidence building measure”.
“This was a confidence building measure, the vehicles are worth millions of rupees as you can see there are around 20 cars and 50 motorcycles,” said Munir Sheikh.