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Over 600 vehicles checked after 40 vulnerable spots identified

Over 600 vehicles checked after 40 vulnerable spots identified
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New Delhi: In a bid to provide safety and security in 40 vulnerable spots which have been found as a crime-prone zone in outer Delhi area, more than 600 vehicles were checked at different points by district police team.
Police sources told Millennium Post that after studying the areas which came under 12 police stations around 40 places were identified which were vulnerable to crime, mostly street crime after which security was heightened in these areas.
Police claimed that during the investigation of crime pattern it came to notice that the criminals were using vehicles owned by someone else and they had stolen it for crime and after committing the incident the vehicle was left abandoned.
"We started checking vehicles which include cars and motorcycle especially focusing on high-end motorbikes," said a senior police official.
According to police, more than 200 policemen from the district checks more than 600 vehicles every day to avert crime. "This is initiative is going on from quite few time and if we found something suspicious quick action is been taken," said the official.
Not only pickets, if personnel found any abandoned vehicles, they would check their details. Aman Vihar, Mianwali, Kanjhawala, Najafgadh, Ranhola are few areas where vulnerable points were located which was been heavily guarded by the team.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Outer) Pankaj Singh stated that they are taking every step for maintaining safety and security in the district.
"A proper security is been maintained in the district we are taking several steps for proper arrangements which include vehicle checking also," said the DCP.
All 13 districts of Delhi Police have started an anti-auto theft and anti snatching drive in which they are keeping a tab on the high-end vehicles used by the criminal.
Police sources claimed that teams were also visiting different JJ clusters in search of high end motorcycles and if found something suspicious they are questioning the owner of the vehicle.
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