Moodbidri: Two bike thieves arrested; 2 Royal Enfield Classic 350 recovered

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Moodbidri, Nov 7: Acting on a tip-off, Moodbidri police apprehended two young men and successfully retrieved a Royal Enfield Classic 350 motorcycle with no license plate. The arrest took place at Konde Street, near Savira Kambada Basadi in Marpadi village on the morning of Tuesday, November 7.

During the subsequent interrogation, it was disclosed that the Royal Enfield Classic 350 motorcycle found in the possession of the accused had been stolen on either October 24 or 25 this year, during the midnight hours. The theft had occurred in the parking area of Devi Krupa Apartment, situated opposite Badaga Basadi, Jainpete.

Further investigations revealed that the accused individuals had also stolen another motorcycle of the same model, which bore the registration number KA-19 EU-0009. This second theft had taken place in the parking area of Ever Price Residence apartment, located in Marpadi village.

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 was found hidden in the bushes at Kirti Nagar Cross, near Paper Mill. The police successfully recovered this bike as well, with the combined estimated value of the assets retrieved amounting to Rs 3,00,000.

The two arrested individuals have been identified as Syed Zakir (20), son of Syed Arif alias Ali, a resident of Ida Kotebagilu in Moodbidri taluk, and Mohammad Shaheem (24), son of Mubeen, a resident of Dargah Road in Kotebagilu village, Moodbidri taluk.

This operation was carried out under the guidance of Anupam Agarwal, Mangaluru city commissioner of police, and under the direction of DCPs Siddhartha Goyal and Dinesh Kumar, along with ACP of Mangaluru North Sub Division Manoj Kumar Naik. The team from Moodbidre police was led by Inspector Sandesh P G, along with the station Crime Squad members Mohammad Iqbal, Mohammad Hussain, Aqeel Ahmed, Nagaraj, Venkatesh, and Chandrahasa Rai.




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