Thieves were living in live-in relation: ‘Bunty-Babli’ duo arrested in vehicle theft case, two cars recovered

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Police has arrested a couple in the case of vehicle theft. Their names are Kashim Khan aka Aarav Jain and Mehak Jain. Two stolen cars have been recovered from them. DCP South East District Isha Pandey said that on 6th of this month Yogesh Pahuja lodged a complaint of car theft.

In which he said he is a property dealer. On the 2nd, Mehak Jain and Aarav Jain came to his office, where they introduced themselves as husband and wife and expressed their desire to buy a new flat. He was shown some flats.

On 6th his driver Raman was going to show some other flat. On the way, the couple pretended to be uncomfortable in the car and asked them to stop. The driver stopped the car. As soon as he came out of the car, the couple fled with the car. In this regard, the police registered a case at Lajpat Nagar police station.

Started stealing to earn quick money in less time
Police station in-charge Dharam Dev’s team took the mobile number of the alleged person 843951xxxx from the complainant. It was switched off. Technical investigation revealed that the accused were staying at Om Inn Hotel in Paharganj. The police reached there and got their ID. From there the mobile number of Mehak 955726xxxx was found. This mobile number was taken on surveillance. mobile number location Agra U.P. found in
By raiding here, the police arrested 21-year-old Mehak Jain resident of Raja Mandi Bazar, Civil Line, Agra and 25-year-old Kashim Khan resident of Jagdishpura, Agra UP from Kamla Nagar. The stolen car was recovered from their possession. After interrogating them, another stolen car has been recovered, which was stolen from Chitrakoot, Jaipur. During interrogation, the accused revealed that they live in a live-in relationship.
He wanted to live a lavish lifestyle. Their earnings were not enough to meet the basic needs. He started stealing vehicles to earn quick money in less time. The accused Kashim Khan changed his identity as Aarav Jain so that he could not be traced. They were looking for unknown customers to sell the stolen car but were caught by the police. With their arrest, two cases were also solved.


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