13th Nov 2019 10:11:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

ITANAGAR, Nov 13:  Reacting swiftly to complaints about two Scorpio vehicles being stolen on the intervening night of November 10-11 last from Jully and ESS Sector area,  Capital Police has managed  a breakthrough within an enviable short span of time.
The said cases having  Case Nos. 297/19 u/s  379 IPC and No. 298/19 u.s. 379 IPC  were  promptly  investigated  and during investigation, the Capital Police team managed to intercept one of the vehicles in Nalbari area of Assam and started  minute-to-minute movement  monitoring  of  the other  vehicle all throughout the day  through GPRS device. “The said vehicle was finally intercepted in Dangaigaon  under Manikpur (Bogaigaon) after chasing it through  eight districts of Assam i.e. Biswanath, Sonitpur, Darang, Kamrup, Nalbari, Baksa, Barpeta and Bogaigaon,”   informed  Superintendent of Police Capital Complex, Tumme Ammo.
The police team who  led the investigation  were SI N Nishant and H/C N J Rai, H/C S Lowang, CT T Tani and CT H Kumar and this a case of brilliant coordination with Assam counterparts especially  OC Daboka SI Manjit Terang,  OC Kalgachia and IC Gerukabari which compelled the lifters  to abandon the vehicle on NH 27, SP added. He further said that this area has become a safe haven  for four wheeler lifters who commit offense and deliver the vehicles on the Bangladesh side within  a day and the joint team team caught the vehicle just 20 km away from the Bangladesh border which means another 15 to 30 minutes late might have facilitated them to enter inside Bangladesh causing interruption in GPRS system and failure of the entire mission.
Meanwhile, SP has  requested owners of all types of vehicles to fit GPRS or other tracking system and theft alarm devices in their vehicles to prevent and detect thefts.

Kenter Joya Riba

(Managing Editor)
      She is a graduate in Science with post graduation in Sociology from University of Pune. She has been in the media industry for nearly a decade. Before turning to print business, she has been associated with radio and television.
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