Kejriwal's stolen car found in Ghaziabad
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's stolen blue Maruti Wagon R car was found abandoned early Saturday in Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh, police said.
A senior police officer said that the Uttar Pradesh Police found the car and informed their Delhi counterparts.
Delhi Police Spokesperson Madhur Verma said the car was not parked in an authorised parking and there was no anti-theft device in the car which made it easy for the thief to steal it.
Preliminary police investigation revealed that only one person was involved, and all available leads were being pursued to arrest him, the officer said.
The car, registered in the name of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), was being used by the party's Media Coordinator Vandana Singh.
It was stolen from outside the Delhi Secretariat on Thursday.
The officer said the stolen car was caught on CCTVs installed at the Delhi-Noida Direct flyover and police suspected it must have been driven to Noida or Ghaziabad.
Special Delhi police teams were sent to Noida, Ghaziabad, Mathura and Meerut, he said.
Verma urged Delhi resident car owners to install safety devices in their vehicles.