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Police recover 3 stolen vehicles

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Sept 19:

A team of Kakching district police commando led by Inspector Md. Abash Khan had recovered 3 stolen three wheeler vehicles from a house at Sora Awang Leikai on Sunday evening.
According to report, the Kakching police commando team led by Inspector Md. Abash Khan conducted search operation at Sora Awang Leikai at around 9 pm yesterday after receiving information from credible source. When conducting the operation the police team found three two wheeler vehicle hidden in suspicious manner at the residence of one Md Azad Khan (25) S/o. Md Amjad Ali at Sora Awang Leikai. Details of the three two wheeler vehicles are – one Royal Enfield Classic 350 (red in colour) bearing registration No. DL4SDM-5923, Chassis No. #ME3J3C5FEN2024705# and Engine No. J3A5FEN2633151; one Royal Enfield Meteor 350 (black in colour) without registration No. Nil, Chassis No. #ME3J3A5FGN2008541# and Engine No.J3A5FGN2388382 and one KTM Duke (black in colour) bearing registration No.AS03AD-0473, Chassis No.MD2JPEXC2LC084641 and Engine No.L-937*05138#.
After the owner the house failed to provide any proper documents of the three vehicles he was arrested from the spot at 9.45 pm and seized all the motor cycles from the spot at 9:50pm by observing all the necessary legal formalities, police source said.
The source further added that, on being interrogated Md Azad Khan stated that one Royal Enfield Meteor 350 (black in colour) was brought by Md Anish Khan (22) S/o. Md Anwar Khan of Moreh ward No.5 A/P Sora Chingya Leikai. Immediately, the teams rushed to the said area and manage to arrest Md Anish Khan at the spot at 10:30 pm, from Sora Chingya Leikai. He admitted that the motorcycle was handed over to him by one Mr. Boboi of Lilong to sell to a buyer at Moreh/Myanmar, the police source added.
The arrested persons along with recovered vehicles were handed over to Kakching Police Station for further necessary legal action.

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