Islamabad Capital Territory Police has recovered 97 Motorcycles, stolen from twin cities of Rawalpindi, Islamabad and various districts of Punjab

Islamabad, March 10, 2018 (PPI-OT): The recovered motorcycles were locked to various police stations from various special checking points during the verifications of their documents. During verification of documents from 15, it was transpired that all the motorcycles were stolen. Respective police stations have been informed about this development. SSP Operations, Najeeb-ur-Rehman Baghvi has directed to hand over the recovered motorcycles to their owners. According to details, ICT police had verified the record of the motorcycles locked in various police stations under section 550 from rescue 15. The record transpired that the motorcycles were stolen from various districts of Punjab including from twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi.

According to report, 34 motorcycles were stolen from Islamabad, 55 from Rawalpindi, 5 from Lahore, 2 from Gujranwala and one motorcycle was stolen from Sahiwal. Islamabad police has informed the relevant police stations about the recovery of motorcycles stolen from their jurisdiction. SSP Islamabad has directed SPs of all zones to handover the recovered motorcycles to their respective owners after fulfilling the legal requirements. SSP has directed all police officers to check the particulars of recovered motorcycles and vehicles from 15. He also directed the officers to ensure that the motorcycles and vehicles must not be stolen.

For more information, contact:
Capital Territory Police
Data centre H-11, Admin Block,
Police Head Quarter, Islamabad, Pakistan
Tel: +92-51-9258371 Ext (160)
Fax: +92-51-4443180

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