New Delhi: Delhi Police has busted a Mewati gang who used to break into mobile showrooms located in Delhi and then sell stolen mobile phones from Jammu and Kashmir to Bangladesh. was. Police has arrested 4 miscreants of this gang, including two buyers.
what’s the matter
South West District’s DCP Pointed Pratap Singh says that a burglary incident took place in a showroom late on 16 May in Delhi Cantt area, from where the burglars stole about 54 mobiles. During the investigation, the police caught an accused named Tarif, on whose spot 10 mobiles were recovered. Praise revealed during interrogation that a gang of Mewat is active in Delhi, who, after breaking into the mobile showroom, hide the stolen mobiles in Mewat itself. When the details of Tarif’s bank account were searched, it was found that a person named Ziauddin sends money to him through UPI through a digital wallet. In just 3 months, Ziauddin has sent him Rs 5 lakh. Scrutiny of Ziauddin’s account revealed that Mohammad Alim, a resident of Firozabad, used to send money to his bank account.
Ziauddin and Mohammad Alim buy stolen mobiles
mobiles used to be sent by courier
Police say that Jiauddin used to buy snatched and snatched mobile phones from Shiv Kumar and Ajay also. Police say that there is a mobile shop of Ziauddin. He was in contact with Mewati crooks Tarif, Afzal, Hasam, Wasim and Dilshad. Mohammad Alim also has a mobile shop in Firozabad. At the same time, the work of the other two accused Shiv and Ajay was missed due to the lockdown, after which they were carrying out the incident of mobile theft and snatching.
the seizure occurred