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Autolifters gang busted, 11 held 30 cars recovered: Delhi Police

New Delhi, Oct 6 (UNI) Delhi Police has busted a gang of interstate car thieves known as 'Kewal Gang', and recovered around 30 stolen luxury cars from them, the police said here on Friday.
The Inter State Cell of Delhi Police crime branch apprehended 11 gang members including 3 thieves, 4 receivers, 3 carriers and one more person who is an expert in tampering chasis and engine numbers.
Various types of tools used by the gang for different purposes that include disabling the security system, opening locks, disabling electronic systems etc, were also recovered from them.
According to police, it was revealed during the interrogation that the gang prior stealing the vehicle used to decide upon the make and color of the vehicle upon confirming with scrap dealers regarding the total loss vehicles of similar make whose papers remained with them.
The persons arrested include the head Kewal alias Kamal alias Lala, Md Sibbu, Aamir, Safiq, Md Arzad Ali, YM Sabir Ahmed, Vinay Kumar, Tarun Seoran alias Meenu, Atul Chuni Bhai Movalia alias Atul Patel and Rajesh Kumar.
The accused persons of the gang have been involved in allegedly disposing off more than 500 stolen luxury cars to Haryana, Punjab, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and Nagaland.
Further investigation was underway, while the police is expecting more recoveries of stolen cars, the police said.