Officers of three police stations at Kurali and Rupnagar have been left baffled over a mysterious case during which two masked gunmen stole a sedan, a sports activities utility car (SUV) and a bike on Monday within the Kurali and Ropar areas and deserted them later.
Sources who didn’t want to be recognized mentioned two gunmen, one sporting a masks and the opposite with a material protecting his face, stole the bike first after which the opposite two vehicles inside a span of 50 minutes earlier than disappearing, leaving the police groping in the dead of night 24 hours later.
The sequence of occasions pieced collectively reveal that the lads first stopped a Splendor Professional motorbike (PB 65-P-6908) pushed by Nadeem Ahmed close to his village Lakhnaur at round 2 pm. They then threatened him with a gun, pushed him and fled with the car.
Minutes later, they left the bike and carjacked a Dzire (HR 99-ABY-8303) close to a liquor vend at Charheri village on the Kurali-Ropar bypass street from Pardeep Kumar, a resident of Part-7 right here, and drove in the direction of Ropar. The, whereas approaching the Bheora village bridge, they snatched a Toyota Fortuner from Ramandeep Singh, a resident of Ghandoli village, at round 2.50 pm.
After driving in the direction of the village roads to keep away from the toll plaza on the freeway and reaching Bindrakh street close to a river, they deserted the SUV and fled from the spot.
Officers on the Sadar and Metropolis police stations in Kurali and the Sadar police station in Rupnagar later recovered the autos and registered three separate instances beneath Sections 392, 411, 382, 34 of the Indian Penal Code and 25, 27-54-59 of the Arms Act.
Police groups of each the districts have been scrutinising CCTV digital camera footage at numerous spots to hint the miscreants.
Name dumps of the crime spots have additionally been lifted, however no leads have been discovered.