Anti-Car Lifting Cell recovers 77 stolen cars

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Published: August 16, 2018
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According to a senior police official on Wednesday, a total of 77 cars were recovered out of which 54 were stolen from Islamabad.

PHOTO:FILE

According to a senior police official on Wednesday, a total of 77 cars were recovered out of which 54 were stolen from Islamabad. PHOTO:FILE

ISLAMABAD: Anti-Car Lifting Cell (ACLC) of Islamabad Police has recovered 77 cars and 14 motorbikes stolen from different cities, besides 16 non custom paid vehicles and arresting 74 suspects during the last six months.

According to a senior police official on Wednesday, a total of 77 cars were recovered out of which 54 were stolen from Islamabad, while 23 others were stolen from other districts. Furthermore, out of the total 14 motorbikes recovered by the ACLC, six were stolen from the federal capital and eight were stolen from other cities.

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Moreover, the anti-car lifting cell also recovered 16 non custom paid vehicles during the said period. The official said that the police were making all out efforts to control crime in the city and to ensure protection of the lives and properties of citizens.  He informed that challans of the car lifters had been submitted in relevant courts after the investigation was completed.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 16th, 2018.

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