5 cases of theft filed
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Five cases of theft were registered by the UT Police on Wednesday.
In the first case, which had been registered at the police station at Sector 17, Nitish Sharma, a resident of Sector 16 reported that someone stole all four wheels of his car parked in front of his residence on the night intervening January 8 and January 9.
In another case registered with the police station at Sector 34, Sunita Malik, a resident of Sector 46, reported that some one had stolen one gas cylinder and nine taps from her residence on the night intervening January 8 and January 9.
In the third case, registered with the police station at Sector 36, Anil Kumar, a resident of Sector 42 reported that someone had stolen one stereo system and one monitor of his by breaking the window pane of his car.
Kumar alleged that the person had also stolen one stereo system from another car parked near his residence on the previous night.
Also, two cases of motor vehicle theft were reported. In the first case of motor vehicle theft, Arvind Rana, a resident of Burail, alleged that someone has stolen his car bearing a registration number of Haryana parked in front of his residence on the night intervening January 7 and January 8.
In the second case, Daya Nand, a resident of Mauli Complex, Chandigarh reported that someone had stolen his motorcycle, which had been parked in front of his residence, on the night intervening January 4 and January 5.
Pardeep Kumar, a resident of Uttar Pradesh, was arrested by the local police near Press Club, Sector 27, Chandigarh on January 8. A motorcycle was recovered from the accused with a fake registration number of Chandigarh on the front of the motor cycle. However, the rear of the motorcycle still had the original registration number.
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