Before handing over the car, Manu usually placed a GPS tracker inside the car and handed over only one key to the customer. After selling the car, it used to track the location of the car and use the keys near it to steal it.
Vehicle theft is a common practice in our country. We are constantly seeing reports of theft of cars and bikes across the country. After the theft of vehicles, online fraud is catching on. Recently, using an online car selling platform OLX, a person dodged several times by selling cars to different customers. Whom the police rescued, he told the whole story of his exploits.theft of cars and bikes
How he used to cheat: Actually, Manottam Tyagi (also known as Manu), who hails from Uttar Pradesh, allegedly sold two cars to different sellers at least 14 times. Among these vehicles was a Maruti WagonR, which he had bought from a friend based in Moradabad. The other car was the Maruti Swift Dzire. For this fraud, Manu posted an advertisement on the online car selling platform OLX with a fake number plate of the car. And when the seller approached him, he would negotiate with him and sell the car to the customer.
How the revelation happened: Before handing over the car, Manu usually placed a GPS tracker inside the car and handed over only one key to the customer. After selling the car, it used to track the location of the car and use the keys near it to steal it. The entire case was revealed when Manu had recently posted a picture of WagonR on the internet and earlier the friend of the person to whom he had sold the car had identified the car. He informed the police about the incident and was caught by the police.theft of cars and bikes
These items recovered: Manu confessed to his crime during interrogation. For information, let us tell you that the culprit is of Amroha and currently he was a resident of Greater Noida. WagonR, fake number plate, two mobile phones, fake PAN card, Aadhaar card and Rs 10,000 cash have been recovered from Manu.