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DAILY BULLETIN
                      05 -2- 11

MURDER CASE OF P.S. DWARKA NORTH:- An incident of murder of victim


Babulal S/o Bahiya Lal R/o Vilg. Raghunath Pur, Distt. Siddi Madhya
Pardesh had taken place at ‘Apollo Pharmacy’ shop No.1, Manish Abhinav
Plaza, Dwarka, New Delhi on 20-12-2010.  A case vide FIR No. 399/10
u/s 302/394/397 IPC read with 25/27/54 Arms Act has been registered at
PS Dwarka, North.   General Public at large is requested to inform
DCP/South West or SHO/Dwarka North about any information or clue
leading to arrest of the accused persons.

PRESS RELEASE

         Dated: 05.02.2011

RS 63.5 LAKHS IN BANK CASH VAN CASE RECOVERED


      Major Highlights:

Accused Arun Singh identified as a key conspirator.
At his instance, Rs.63.5 lakhs of the misappropriated amount recovered.

Accused Arun Singh S/o Shyam Pal Singh (33 yrs.) r/o Nagaria  Dhumri,


Distt. Etah,   was arrested by South-East District police on 2.2.11
and is presently on Police custody remand.

His interrogation revealed that he is a key conspirator in this case.

On the basis of his disclosure and at his instance, out of the entire
misappropriated amount of Rs.67.5 lakhs, Rs.63.5 lakhs have been
recovered.

INCIDENT
Sh S.S Ahuluwalia S/O Sh Gurbaksh Singh reported that his Company


M/S Scientific Security Management Services Private Limited had
provided security services to HDFC bank for loading cash in different
ATMs in the capital. On 28/01/11 a Maruti Van No DL1LP 1062 of his
Company with Suraj Bahadur Rana S/O Dil Bahadur Rana and Rajesh Kumar
S/O Sh Rajender Singh as custodians and Ram Kumar S/O Sh Baghwan as
driver and Sanjeev Kumar S/O Daya Singh as gunman were entrusted with
the task of loading cash in HDFC Bank ATMs in South Delhi.
They took cash of Rs.97 Lakhs from the HDFC Bank for loading. They
loaded cash in M Block Market GK-II and when the custodians were
loading cash in Alaknanda Market ATM, the gun man and the Driver fled
away with the cash of rupees 67.5 Lakh kept in the van. The gun man
also left his gun with the Guard of the ATM at Alakananda.
On his complaint a case vide FIR No 19/2011, Dated 28/01/11, U/S 408/
34 IPC, PS CR Park New Delhi was registered.
The case created a sensation due to the large amount of cash involved.

Team and Operation


           After registration of the case, Sh. Mahipal Singh,


Assistant Commissioner of Police, Sub-Division Ambedkar Nagar
immediately constituted a team comprising Special Staff (Inspr.
Akhilesh Yadav, SI Brijesh Malik,
SI Ashish Dalal, HC Jeet Singh, Ct. Rajeev, Ct. Sushil Kumar and Ct.
Satish Kumar), staff of PS C.R.Park (Insp. Ajay Sharma, SHO-PS
C.R.Park,
SI Satbir Singh, ASI Vedbir, HC S.N. Raju, HC Sanjeev, Ct. Mahender,
Ct. Gaurav, Ct Praveen, Ct. Virender and Ct. Vijay) and SHO/Pul
Prahlad Pur Insp. Harish Chander to work on the case.

INVESTIGATION

During investigation, it was found that the documents submitted by
Driver Ram Kumar and Gunman Sanjeev Kumar regarding their addresses,
driving license, gun license and other personal information were fake.

It called for painstaking collection of information from local


sources, collation of all gathered intelligence, and examination of
several people for the police to establish the real identity of the
accused.

The gunman was identified as Sandeep Kumar R/o Vill. Nagaria Dhumri,


Distt. Etah, UP and the driver was identified as Gautam Kumar @ Gaurav
R/o Vill. Vilothi, Distt. Kashiram Nagar, UP.

Sincere efforts and sustained follow-up investigations resulted in the


apprehension of one of the accused later identified as Arun Singh
S/o Shyam Pal.

Simultaneously, accused Sandeep Kumar and Gautam @ Gaurav were also


arrested by a team of Special Cell of Delhi Police.

All the above three accused persons were produced before the trial


court and ten days’ Police custody remand was obtained in respect of
each accused.

DISCLOSURE:

On sustained interrogation by the team of South-East District, accused
Arun Singh S/o Shyam Pal during Police custody remand disclosed that
accused Pramod and Sandeep hail from his native village in Etah, while
accused Gautam Kumar @ Gaurav  is his cousin  and accused Sohan
@ Sonu is Gautam Kumar’s friend.
He further disclosed that he has been working with different security
agencies in the Capital and is well aware of the procedure of loading
ATMs besides having knowledge as to when a cash van carries maximum
amount of money.
He explained in detail the procedure to his associates and they
hatched this plan about 2-3 month ago.
In their bid to make quick money,  he and accused Pramod got fake
documents made of the other accused Sandeep and Gautam Kumar regarding
their name, qualification and residential addresses.
They procured a fake Arms license and a gun and provided it to accused
Gautam Kumar @ Gaurav.
They also managed the employment of accused Sandeep Kumar and Gautam @
Gaurav with Scientific Security Management Services Private Limited.

EXECUTION OF THE PLAN:

As per their plan and briefing,  accused Sandeep and Gautam Kumar
waited for the right time when both of them got deployed together by
their office with the cash Van. Earlier too,  they both had got
opportunity to travel together with the cash van but presence of
additional guard spoilt their plan.
The team of Pramod, Arun and Sonu Singh used to follow the van in
their Sumo vehicle while accused Sandeep and Gautam travelled in the
cash van.
On 28.1.11 both Sandeep and Gautam Kumar were deployed by their office
in the cash van to load cash in ATM’s in South Delhi.  Both the
accused persons immediately communicated to the main conspirators Arun
Singh and Pramod Kumar.
When both the custodians disembarked from the van to load money in ATM
in the market Sandeep and Gautam, on the pretext of having food, fled
away with the vehicle containing the remaining cash. Accused Pramod,
Arun, Sonu followed the cash van.
They took the cash van to Faridabad where all these accused persons
took the cash box in the other vehicle and left the vehicle abandoned.
When their vehicle reached the bank of the canal near village
Dadigarhi area of P.S. Chhata,   Pramod and Arun took out the cash
They proceeded to the native village at Etah where they met at
Pramod’s residence and initially shared Rs. 20000/- each.
Both the gunny bags containing the remaining amount were carefully
concealed at the residence of accused Pramod so that the remaining
amount could be shared later once the police stopped its raids.
RECOVERY

During further investigation on the basis of his disclosure, accused


Arun Singh led the Investigating party to Etah to the house of
accused Pramod  and got both gunny bags containing Rs.63.5 lakhs of
the misappropriated amount recovered from a room meant for keeping
“tooda” (cattlefeed).
Since fake documents were prepared & used for the commission of the
crime, sections 420. 468, 471, 120 IPC & 25 Arms Act have been added
in the case. rther investigation is on.

Efforts are afoot to nab the remaining two co-accused who are absconding.

JOINT COMMISSIONER OF POLICE:
SOUTHERN RANGE: DELHI.

PRESS RELEASE

CRIME BRANCH

Dated: 05/02/2011

Racket in fraudulent procurement of medicine from CGHS Dispensaries busted.
CGHS Pharamacist arrested alongwith 3 associates.
Medicines worth a 1 Lakh recovered.

            A team of officers of the Crime Branch led by Inspr.


Akshay Kumar and consisting of SI K.B. Jha, HC Rajbir Singh, HC
Surajbir, HC Anoop, HC Rajesh, W/HC Pankaj, Ct. Pradeep Hudda and Ct.
Anand under the supervision of ACP M.C. Katoch have busted a racket in
which on forged documents medicines were procured from CGHS
Dispensaries and then sold in the market.  A pharmacist of CGHS
Dispensary and 3 other associates have been apprehended.  Medicines
worth lacs have been seized.

            Information was received by Ct. Pradeep about a racket at


CGHS dispensaries in which on forged documents medicines were procured
and then sold.  This information was further developed and on
02/02/2011, specific information was received that the persons
involved in the racket would assemble at Gole Market, New Delhi.  A
trap was laid and 04 persons were apprehended who were identified as
Attar Singh (aged 46 years) r/o Uttam Nagar, Delhi, Pharmacist in CGHS
Dispensary Nanak Pura, Satish Kumar (aged 40 years) r/o Uttam Nagar,
Delhi, driver of the pharmacist, Sanjeev Kumar (aged 40 years) r/o
Tagore Garden, Delhi and Manoj Kumar (aged 27 years) r/o Uttam Nagar,
Delhi were apprehended. Medicines worth a lac having stamp of “CGHS
supply not for sale”, 47 CGHS Cards fraudulently procured, Seven
stamps of Doctors AIIMS and Safdarjung Hospitals and 29 OPD Cards of
different Specialized Hospitals were recovered.   The Maruti Swift
D’zire car belonging to the Pharmacist and used for transporting
misappropriated medicines has also been seized.  A case under the
appropriate sections of the law was registered.

            All the accused persons were subjected to intensive


interrogation.  It was revealed that Attar Singh is the Kingpin and
mastermind of the racket.  He is a pharmacist in CGHS Dispensary Nanak
Pura, Delhi. He put in practice a scheme for fraudulent procurement of
medicines from CGHS dispensaries.  He used the procedures adopted for
issue of CGHS cards to his own advantage.  He reached into the CGHS
data bank and found out the names of the card holders who had not used
the card for over more than 3 years.  The he downloaded the form for
obtaining a fresh card and filled in the form with the data available
in the data bank of the card holder which had not been used for more
than 3 years and submitted it to the concerned CGHS dispensary of
which the card holder is the resident.  Till date he has got issued 47
such cards from CGHS Dispensaries Nauroji Nagar, Malviya Nagar, Netaji
Nagar, Moti Bagh, R.K. Puram Sectors -2, 3, 4, 6, 8 and 12.   After
the CGHS Cards were prepared he got it issued from the dispensary
concerned.  He then tasked his associate Sanjeev Kumar to go to
different specialized Government Hospitals and got issued OPD card in
the name of the card holder whose card was in his possession.  Then on
the OPD Card he himself filled in the medicines that he wanted to
fraudulently procure from the CGHS dispensary.  He had got stamps
prepared of the doctors of various specialized Govt. Hospitals and
after putting the stamp of the doctor on the OPD card he forged the
signatures of the doctor on the OPD Card.  Then these medicines were
got indented from the dispensaries of the card holders and got issued
in the name of the card holder.    Then he tasked his associate Manoj
to dispose it off in the market.  The sticker on the medicine stating
“CGHS supply Not for Sale” was got removed and if it was stamped then
with the help of thinner they got the same removed. Medicines were
then sold at 50% of the prescribed rates.

            For more than 1 ½ years Attar Singh has been running this


racket. According to him he has caused a loss over more than 18 Lacs
to the Government Exchequer.  He himself claims to have made more than
8-10 Lacs which he states that he has invested in property.  All these
claims are being verified.    He alongwith his family members also
have a private firm in the name of “Akansha Enterprises” at Sector-12,
Dwarka, Delhi and they are dealers for medicines of reputed
pharmaceutical companies.

Total recoveries are as under:-


47 CGHS Cards.


7 stamp of different Govt. specialized hospital.
29 OPD Cards.
CGHS Medicines.

Further investigation is in progress.


   (ASHOK CHAND)

DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE:

CRIME & RAILWAYS: DELHI.


PRESS RELEASE


  NORTH DISTRICT     5th FEBRUARY, 2011


BIKERS GANG BUSTED, TWO ARRESTED, ROBBED CASH ABOUT 3 LAKHS, ROBBED


MOTORCYCLE RECOVERED, ONE COUNTRY MADE PISTOL WITH TWO LIVE
CARTRIDGES, BIKES USED IN THE COMMISSION OF CRIME  ALSO RECOVERED

           With the arrest of (1) Rakesh, aged 35 years, s/o Sh. Tulsi


Ram r/o H No. 10685, Gali No. 8,  Andha Mugal, Partap Nagar, Delhi and
(2) Shyam Sunder @ Shaymu, aged 36 years, s/o Raj Kumar r/o H No.
10685, Gali No. 8, Andha Mugal, Partap Nagar, Delhi, the officials of
Operation Cell, North District police have busted a gang of robbers.
Robbed cash about 3 lakhs and robbed motorcycle, one country made
pistol of .315 bore alongwith 2 live cartridges, two motorcycles used
in the commission of crime have been recovered. Three cases of
robbery/snatching/theft solved.

INCIDENT AND TEAM

      On 14/12/2010, Sh. Sunil Dutt s/o Sh. Dharmender Dutt, a
resident of Uttam Nagar, Delhi reported that he is working as an
accountant in a shop located at Sadar Bazar, Delhi. On that day when
he was going to Uttam Nagar, Delhi for payment of Rs. 13 lakhs as a
part payment of a property purchased by him.  At about 5.45 pm when he
reached near Kishan Gang dispensary, two persons riding on a
motorcycle intercepted him. They forced him to stop his motorcycle.
When he stopped his motorcycle, those persons robbed his motorcycle
and cash amounting to Rs. 13 lakhs kept in the dickey of the
motorcycle.  Subsequently, a case vide FIR No. 96/10 u/s 392/34 IPC
was registered at Police Station Gulabi Bagh. A team consisting of
Insp/Operations Ashok Tyagi, SI Ajay Singh Negi, SI Naseeb Singh, ASI
Rishi Pal, HC Rajesh, HC Sanjay, HC Dinesh,  HC Pardeep, HC Yogender,
Ct Adesh, Ct Yogender, Ct Sanjeev, Ct Samarpal, Ct Hemender, Ct Neeraj
and Ct Ajay was constituted under the close supervision of Sh. R K
Singh, ACP/operations, North.

          On 03/02/2011, secret information was received by this team


that Rakesh and Shyam Sunder are involved in this crime and they would
come in the area of Kishan Ganj near Akhara to commit some crime. This
information was immediately passed to local police.  Accordingly a
trap was laid near Kishan Gang Akharaa, Partap Nagar, Delhi. At about
6.15 pm two persons were found coming on a pulsar motor cycle in a
suspicious manner. They were directed to stop their motor cycle but
they tried to flee away from the stop. They were overpowered and were
identified as Rakesh and Shyam Sunder. One country made pistol of .315
bore with 2 live cartridges were recovered from the possession of
Shyam Sunder. Subsequently a case vide FIR No. 4/11 u/s 25 Arms Act
was registered at Police Station Gulabi Bagh and investigation was
taken up.

      During the course of investigation Shyam Sunder disclosed about


his involvement in the incident relating to robbery of Rs 13 lakhs
near Kishan Ganj dispensary alongwith his associates Rakesh, Raju
Khanna and Chothu. Subsequently, Rakesh was also arrested. Robbed cash
amounting to Rs. 3 lakhs, robbed motorcycle and one other motorcycle
used in the commission of crime was recovered at their instance.
During their interrogation one case of snatching of Police Station
Roop Nagar and one case of theft of Police Station Gulabi Bagh were
also solved.

INVESTIGATION

      During investigation, both revealed that on 14/12/2010 they
along with Raju Khanna and Chotu robbed one motorcycle and cash Rs 13
lakhs, on a tip off Parvesh Kumar. They followed the Motor cycle of
Sh. Sunil Dutt and committed the robbery. They further disclosed that
after the incident they fled away from the spot. After that they
reached at the house of Raju Khanna where they distributed the cash
according to participation/ role played by each individual in the
crime.

  MODUS OPERANDI

      During interrogation, it has been revealed that this gang
operates on the particular tips supplied to them by their paid
informers who are hawkers in the area of Sadar Bazar Market.  They
only used to target businessmen of Sadar Bazar and Bara Hindu Rao
area. They further disclosed regarding their involvements in other
such type of incidents for which further investigation and
verification is under progress.   Efforts are being made to apprehend
their informers and other associates.  They have disclosed their
involvement in many other cases which is being verified.

RECOVERY


One country made pistol of .315 bore
2 live cartridges
Cash about Rs 3 lakhs
Motorcycle DL 4SB J 6787 robbed from Sunil Dutt
Motorcycle DL 6SA F6374 used in crime
Motorcycle DL 8SA M7022 used in crime

CASES WORKED OUT


FIR No. 96/10 u/s 392/34 IPC P.S. Gulabi Bagh
FIR No. 97/10 u/s 379 IPC P.S. Gulabi Bagh
FIR No. 175/ 10 u/s 379/356 IPC P.S. Roop Nagar
PROFILE OF ACCUSED

Rakesh, aged 35 years, s/o Sh. Tulsi Ram r/o H No. 10685, Gali No. 8,


Andha Mugal, Partap Nagar, Delhi.  He is previously involved in 5/6
criminal cases including the cases of robbery and snatching. He is
married and is having 3 children.
Shayam Sunder @ Shaymu, aged 36 years, s/o Raj Kumar r/o H No. 10685,
Gali No. 8, Andha Mugal, Partap Nagar, Delhi.  He is previously
involved in two criminal cases.  Bazar, Delhi. He is married and is
having 2 children.

      (SURENDER SINGH YADAV) IPS

      Deputy Commissioner of Police

      North District, Delhi


05.02.2011


SIX ACCUSED POSING THEMSELVES AS BSES OFFICIALS ARRESTED

FOR COMMITTING THEFT OF BSES TRANSFORMERS

      With the arrest of following six persons, the South District


Police has busted a gang who used to pose themselves as BSES officials
and commit theft of transformers etc. from sites of BSES.

ACCUSED ARRESTED:

      1.  Santosh Sharma S/o Ram Karan R/o C-145 Gandhi Colony
Railway Road Faridabad (HR)

      2. Vipin S/o Mahender R/o 14 Milestone, near Kapoor Lane Main


Mathura  Road Faridabad ( HR) Permanent Add. Vill-     Madnapur, PS
Chatiya, Distt-  Mainpuri ( UP)

      3. Dharamvir S/o Jai Baba R/o B-196 Duggal Colony Khanpur New


Delhi Permanent Add- H No. FCA-681 Chawala Colony Ballabgarh
Faridabad ( HR)

      4.  Amar Singh S/o Jaiveer R/o Malkaganj, Bismber wali Gali Delhi

      5.  Parmod Kumar S/o Rajender Singh R/o Vill- Parwana, The-
Jhagirabad,  Distt- Buland Sehar (UP)

      6.  Pappu S/o Ajender Singh R/o Vill- Sairgarh, PS- Atroli,


Distt-     Aligarh (UP)

INCIDENT, TEAM & ARREST:


  Complaints of theft from the sites of BSES were being received in


various parts of Delhi.  In order to prevent such incidents and to
arrest the criminals involved in such incidents, several teams were
formed in South District.  A special team of Police Station Neb Sarai
nsisting of HCs Ishwar Chand, Satish, Constables Devender, Radha Mohan
and Devender under the supervision of Inspr. Kulbir Singh, SHO/Neb
Sarai and Sh. Rajender Singh, ACP/Mehrauli was also formed.

      The team so formed worked persistently and deployed sources in


the area.  The efforts of the police team bore fruits when on
03.02.2011 they received a secret information that a stolen
transformer of BSES would be passing from Bandh Road, Sangam Vihar for
sale at Burari. On this information, the police team without wasting
any time laid a trap on Bandh Road, Sangam Vihar and started checking
of vehicles by putting barricades. After sometime, two vehicles i.e.
Tata-407 tempo bearing registration No.DL-1L-E-3839 carrying an
electric transformer and followed by one crane No. HR-38-L- 5664 were
stopped for checking. On enquiry, the above mentioned acused
Dharambir, Vipin, Amar Singh, Pramod Kumar, Pappu & Sanjeev Sharma
informed that they are on BSES Duty and taking the transformer for
repair. Accused Amar Singh, Pramod and Pappu identified themselves as
the contractor and electricians of BSES.  As they could not produce
any documents, they were interrogated at length and enquiries were
made from BSES. Sh. Ram Gopal Sharma, Sr. Supdt., BSES, New Delhi,
also confirmed the theft of above transformers and submitted a written
complaint in this regard. On the above facts, a case vide FIR No.
19/11 dated 03.02.11 u/s 379/411/34 IPC was registered and all the
above six accused were arrested. The transformer, Tata-407 and crane
used in crime too have been seized in the Case.

INTEROGATION & PROFILE:

      During the interrogation, it was revealed that accused Amar
Singh has earlier worked as BSES contractor and Pramod & Pappu have
worked under BSES contractors. The crane and truck are being used by
BSES for work, as a result nobody used to doubt that they are carrying
stolen transformer of BSES.  They took the recovered transformer from
L Block, Sangam Vihar by posing themselves as BSES officials and were
on their way to sell it off in Burari.

RECOVERY:

1.  Stolen transformer of BSES

2. Crane No. HR-38-L-5664

3. Tata-407 No. DL 1LE 3839

her interrogation is in progress.


( H.G.S. DHALIWAL )

DCP/SOUTH DISTRICT

05.02.11


SENSATIONAL THEFT WORKED OUT

The staff of PS Tilak Nagar has arrested one Mahesh S/o Govardhan Dass


and has worked out a sensational and strange case of theft of 4000
litres of vegetable oil with his arrest.  Stolen vegetable oil 4000
litres has been recovered.

RECOVERY :-


4000 litres of Vegetable Oil

                   (i) 100 Tins of Refined Oil (15 Kg. each)


                      (ii) 200 boxes of Pamoline  Oil
                           (12 Packets of 1 litre in each box )
                    (iii) Commercial vehicle DL 1L J 2025

NAME AND PROFILE OF ACCUSED :-


                                                                
Mahesh S/o Sh. Govardhan Dass R/o-  F-14, Mukhram Garden, Tilak Nagar,
New Delhi.

CASES WORKED OUT

1. Case FIR No. 33/2011  u/s 379 IPC PS Tilak Nagar
2. Case FIR No. 26/2011  u/s 420 IPC PS Tilak Nagar

INFORMATION AND OPERATION :-

         On 02/02/2011 at about 12:12 PM,   a PCR call was received at PS
Tilak Nagar regarding theft of 4000 litres of vegetable oil viz.   (i)
 100 Tins of  Refined Oil  (15 Kg. each),   200 boxes of  Pamoline
Oil ( 12 Packets of 1 litre in each box ) on which case FIR No.
33/2011  u/s 379 IPC was registered at PS Tilak Nagar

The investigation was entrusted to HC Baljeet and Ct Somvir Malik.


They reached the factory No. 14/15 Industrial area Tilak Nagar, New
Delhi where they met truck driver of Truck No HR-47 A 2206 Sanjay
Choudhary S/o Ved Narayan Choudhary, R/o- H. No.103, Phase 3rd, Jay
Vihar, Near Dhruv Public School, Baprola, New Delhi who told that he
had loaded the truck with 1125 Tins of Refined oil (each 15 Kg) and
425 boxes of  Pamoline oil from Gandhi Dham Gujrat for Mundka, Delhi.
He parked the Truck in front of factory No 14/15 Industrial area Tilak
Nagar. When he went to had breakfast, some persons shifted 100 tins
and 200 boxes of oil packets in their own commercial vehicle from
truck No. HR-47 A 2206 and ran away. A case FIR No. 33/2011 u/s 379
IPC was registered at PS Tilak Nagar and investigation was taken up.
During investigation, HC Baljeet interrogated the truck Driver and
some other persons and tried hard to collect information about the
accused persons and stolen property. On receipt of a secret
information, HC Baljeet and Ct. Somvir Malik raided at a  godown in
Dabri,  A-107, Chankya Place, Part -1, 25 Foota Road, Uttam Nagar, New
Delhi and from  there  they recovered 100 Tins of Refined Oil (15 Kg
each) and 200  boxes of Pamoline oil (12 packets in each box) from and
arrested the accused  Mahesh Gupta @ Sunil. The commercial vehicle DL
1L J 2025  used for the theft has also been seized. With the sincere
efforts of HC Baljeet and Ct. Somvir Malik the case has been worked
out and accused was arrested which led to the recovery of complete
stolen property.

INTERROGATION AND MODUS OPERANDI


During interrogation the accused Mahesh Gupta confessed that he had
stolen above said Tins and packets of vegetable oil  with the help of
his Boss Smt. Madhu. He also revealed that they had stolen 300 Bags
(50Kg each) of sugar 5 days ago from Tilak Nagar  in a similar manner
in which a  case FIR No 26/11 Dated 27.01.11 u/s 420 IPC PS Tilak
Nagar was registered. The investigation of both the cases is under
progress and efforts to trace ‘Madhu’ are being made.
Staff involved in the good work is being rewarded suitably.

      (V. RENGNATHAN) IPS


              DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
                                                        WEST DISTRICT, NEW DEL
05.02.2011

A GANG OF SHOP BURGLARS BUSTED


         The staff of PS Janak Puri, West District has busted a gang of shop
burglars by arresting four minors and four cases of shop burglaries
have been solved.

RECOVERY:


1. One Iron Rod.
2. Stolen articles from shop situated at Raghunagar, PS Sagar Pur.

INCIDENT AND OPERATION

                Keeping in view the increasing incidents of house/shop
burglaries, special pickets were deployed in the area of PS Janak Puri
especially in wee hours. While the police teams were checking all the
three wheelers and motor bikes near  Dabri more,  Janak Puri,  the
police team consisting of Ct. Sanjeev No. 741/W, Ct. Ramchander No.
3012/W and Ct. Pritam No. 1699/W stopped an auto rickshaw. Seeing
police, two persons got down and tried to run away. On suspicion the
police team chased and apprehended them. On checking of the auto, an
iron rod for the house breaking purpose was recovered. On further
checking, a large quantity of coins and burgled amount was recovered.
On interrogation, it came out that all the accused were minors and
below 17 years of age and were school drop outs. After leaving the
school they fell in habit of addiction. For satisfying their urge of
addiction they committed the crime. The gang comprises of four members
including an eunuch who is the gang leader and usually remains in
female getup to give the impression of family and to escape from the
eyes of the police. On further interrogation, they have disclosed
about the burglaries committed in the shops at Delhi Cantt, Dabri and
two shops in Sagar Pur.

Staff involved in the good work is being rewarded suitably.

  (V. RENGANATHAN) IPS
               DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
                                                       WEST DISTRICT, NEW DELHI

Dated 05.02.11


SCOOTY THIEF NABBED AND RECOVERED 5 STOLEN SCOOTIES
With the arrest of Mohd. Noshad (22 years) s/o Mohd. Nasim r/o
B-6/38, Shahbad Dairy, Delhi, staff of PS Prashant Vihar recovered 5
stolen Scooties and worked out five cases of M.V. theft.
INCIDENT / BRIEF FACTS :
In order to prevent the incidents of snatching / M.V. theft, on
05.02.11 a strong picket was set up at Guru Apartment, Sector-14,
Rohini and SI Puran Chand (I/C PP Rohini Court) along with HC Rakesh
No. 155/OD, HC Ramesh, 332/OD, HC Balwan, 505/OD, HC Anil, 3200/OD and
Ct Dhan Singh, 1466/OD were conducting checking of vehicles under the
supervision of Inspr. Ram Avtar, SHO/Prashant Vihar.  At about 2.00
PM, a person who was riding Scooty came from K.N. Katju Marg side, the
picket staff signaled him to stop for checking.  Instead of stopping
the Scooty, he accelerated the speed and tried to run away but the
alert picket staff compelled him to stop the vehicle with the help of
barricades.  He was asked to produce the documents pertaining to
ownership of Scooty which he could not produce and tried to mislead
the picket staff.  On enquiry, he revealed his identity as Mohd.
Noshad s/o Mohd. Nasim r/o B-6/38, Shahbad Dairy, Delhi.  On sustained
interrogation, he disclosed that he had stolen the Scooty from
Sector-11, Rohini.  Accordingly, he was taken into police custody for
further investigation.
INTERROGATION :
On interrogation, accused Mohd. Noshad disclosed that he targets only
Scooty as it has no number plate due to which chances of apprehension
by police are least.  At his instance, four more stolen Scooties were
recovered from his house.  He further disclosed that his 13 months old
son has a hole in his heart who is undergoing treatment in AIIMS.  He
was unable to bear the expenses incurred on medicines and treatment.
Hence, he started to steal Scooties as it was easy to break their
locks and start them by connecting the electric wire directly.  After
stealing the Scooty, he looks for a customer who can pay suitable
prices otherwise he dismantles the Scooty and dispose of the same in
parts.  He further revealed that battery of Scooty is the costliest
part.
MODUS OPERANDI :
Modus operandi of accused is that he used to roam about in the
different markets in Rohini to find a Scooty which is parked in
unattended parking or roadside and used to break the lock of Scooty by
laying pressure on the handle.  After that he used to take Scooty with
him as if it got defected and after 2-3 kms. park the same at suitable
location.  In the late evening, he used to open the head of Scooty
with the help of screw driver and start it by connecting the wires
directly.
CASES WORKED OUT :
1. FIR No. 45/11 U/s 379 IPC PS Prashant Vihar
2. FIR No. 35/11 U/s 379 IPC PS Prashant Vihar
3. FIR No. 300/10 U/s 379 IPC PS Prashant Vihar
4. FIR No. 342/10 U/s 379 IPC PS North Rohini
5. FIR No. 438/10  u/s 379 IPC PS Prashant Vihar

PROFILE OF ACCUSED :


    Mohd. Noshad (22 years) s/o Mohd. Nasim r/o B-6/38, Shahbad Dairy,
Delhi is illiterate.  He is married and has one child who is
undergoing treatment in AIIMS for having hole in the heart.  He
originally belongs to District Darbhanga, Bihar. He has mother, two
brothers and one sister in his family.  Earlier, he was running a
temporary street motor mechanic workshop in Prahaladpur, Shahbad
Dairy.  Presently, he is running a tea staff in Bawana and repairing
mobile phones at his home.
RECOVERIES MADE :
Five stolen Scooties.

(CHHAYA SHARMA)


DCP/OUTER DISTRICT
Dated 05.02.11

SCOOTY THIEF NABBED AND RECOVERED 5 STOLEN SCOOTIES

With the arrest of Mohd. Noshad (22 years) s/o Mohd. Nasim r/o B-6/38, Shahbad Dairy, Delhi, staff of PS Prashant Vihar recovered 5 stolen Scooties and worked out five cases of M.V. theft.



INCIDENT / BRIEF FACTS :

In order to prevent the incidents of snatching / M.V. theft, on 05.02.11 a strong picket was set up at Guru Apartment, Sector-14, Rohini and SI Puran Chand (I/C PP Rohini Court) along with HC Rakesh No. 155/OD, HC Ramesh, 332/OD, HC Balwan, 505/OD, HC Anil, 3200/OD and Ct Dhan Singh, 1466/OD were conducting checking of vehicles under the supervision of Inspr. Ram Avtar, SHO/Prashant Vihar. At about 2.00 PM, a person who was riding Scooty came from K.N. Katju Marg side, the picket staff signaled him to stop for checking. Instead of stopping the Scooty, he accelerated the speed and tried to run away but the alert picket staff compelled him to stop the vehicle with the help of barricades. He was asked to produce the documents pertaining to ownership of Scooty which he could not produce and tried to mislead the picket staff. On enquiry, he revealed his identity as Mohd. Noshad s/o Mohd. Nasim r/o B-6/38, Shahbad Dairy, Delhi. On sustained interrogation, he disclosed that he had stolen the Scooty from Sector-11, Rohini. Accordingly, he was taken into police custody for further investigation.



INTERROGATION :

On interrogation, accused Mohd. Noshad disclosed that he targets only Scooty as it has no number plate due to which chances of apprehension by police are least. At his instance, four more stolen Scooties were recovered from his house. He further disclosed that his 13 months old son has a hole in his heart who is undergoing treatment in AIIMS. He was unable to bear the expenses incurred on medicines and treatment. Hence, he started to steal Scooties as it was easy to break their locks and start them by connecting the electric wire directly. After stealing the Scooty, he looks for a customer who can pay suitable prices otherwise he dismantles the Scooty and dispose of the same in parts. He further revealed that battery of Scooty is the costliest part.



MODUS OPERANDI :

Modus operandi of accused is that he used to roam about in the different markets in Rohini to find a Scooty which is parked in unattended parking or roadside and used to break the lock of Scooty by laying pressure on the handle. After that he used to take Scooty with him as if it got defected and after 2-3 kms. park the same at suitable location. In the late evening, he used to open the head of Scooty with the help of screw driver and start it by connecting the wires directly.



CASES WORKED OUT :

  1. FIR No. 45/11 U/s 379 IPC PS Prashant Vihar

  2. FIR No. 35/11 U/s 379 IPC PS Prashant Vihar

  3. FIR No. 300/10 U/s 379 IPC PS Prashant Vihar

  4. FIR No. 342/10 U/s 379 IPC PS North Rohini

  5. FIR No. 438/10 u/s 379 IPC PS Prashant Vihar

PROFILE OF ACCUSED :

Mohd. Noshad (22 years) s/o Mohd. Nasim r/o B-6/38, Shahbad Dairy, Delhi is illiterate. He is married and has one child who is undergoing treatment in AIIMS for having hole in the heart. He originally belongs to District Darbhanga, Bihar. He has mother, two brothers and one sister in his family. Earlier, he was running a temporary street motor mechanic workshop in Prahaladpur, Shahbad Dairy. Presently, he is running a tea staff in Bawana and repairing mobile phones at his home.



RECOVERIES MADE :

Five stolen Scooties.


(CHHAYA SHARMA)

DCP/OUTER DISTRICT








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