The snatching count of motorcycles per month is huge, many people must have wondered at least once that where do these snatchers take these stolen goods and offloads them. The latest development might eventually indicate the law enforcement agencies or authorities in the right direction.
Recently, the Anti Car Lifting Cell (ACLC) has arrested two motorbike snatchers who have stolen as many as two thousand bikes over the span of twenty-five years.
Mohammad Ashraf Khokhar and Sabir Khokhar—the criminals were arrested following a raid in the area of Korangi—Karachi on Saturday.
The two are, as per reports part of an inter-provincial gang. They also admitted of having connections with two other individuals Ataullah Brohi and Zafar Brohi—their counterparts in the province of Balochistan.
The inquiries have unveiled that the gang has got female members too and they sell the stolen bikes only for rupees five thousand.
The two were out on bail, as they had been arrested previously as well before they were captured by the ACLC authorities.
Pakistan Rangers has been conducting the raids across the city in a bid to control the street crimes after which thirteen suspects have been arrested. Previously, the paramilitary force captured four members of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan in the Salfia Colony. Two others were also arrested for murder charges in Jamshoro while six criminals were apprehended for their involvement in drug marketing.