Man posing as doctor, scribe held for selling stolen bikes
New DELHI: The Delhi Police has arrested a man who posed as a doctor and a journalist but actually bought stolen bikes and laptops from a gang and sold it at higher prices in the market. Stolen property receiver Asmat Ali khan was posing himself as BAMS Doctor and he is running a homoeopathy clinic at his residence in Shastri Park, Delhi. He has I-card as a journalist and also pasted a sticker of PRESS on his motorcycle which is also a stolen bike. Asmat used to buy the stolen jewellery and other items at a minimal cost from the accused persons and sold it in the market at the regular price.
"No one doubts on him because of his profession. Both accused arrested persons Raju and Kamal disclosed about many burglaries and MV thefts. During investigation, police custody remand was obtained and 10 motorcycles, one LED TV and gas cylinder recovered on their instance from Delhi and UP's Sambhal," said Vijay Kumar, DCP South. Police said that 15 cases of theft and burglaries have been worked out by the three arrests. Some of the recovered case property is yet to be connected. Both the accused persons have previous involvements, police said.