Youth Looted Fortuner In Agra: On the day of Prakash Parv in the Thana Etmaddaula area of the district, two youths robbed a Fortuner on the pretext of driving a second-hand vehicle. Both these youths had reached the car dealer in the guise of Sardar. At the same time, the police became active and caught the accused along with the vehicle within 1 hour of getting information about the incident.
What is the Whole Matter
Robin’s son Suleman, a resident of Gandhi Nagar area of Agra, has opened a second-hand vehicle sale in Sindhi Motors near SR Petrol Pump in Gandhinagar. Last Friday evening, two people posing as Sardars came to him to buy a car. Both the people talked about showing the Fortuner car to the victim. On this, Robin showed him a second-hand Fortune standing in the showroom, which he liked.
After liking the car, both the youths expressed their desire to check it by driving it. Robin put one of his employees in the Fortuner car and sent the two youths to inspect the car.
Youth Looted Fortuner In Agra
Robin’s employee Safiq and a young man sat in the back of the car. The accused youth started moving towards Rambagh while driving. After some time, the accused youth asked Safiq to get down from the car, but when he did not get down, they pushed him out of the car and fled with the car.
Soon after this incident, Safiq informed the police about the car robbery at number 112. After which, the police reached Safiq and immediately, the police, without delay, started the siege of the vehicle.
The speed of all the second-hand vehicles kept for sale by the dealer has been fixed, due to which the robbers could not drive the vehicle at very high speed and soon they were caught due to the police siege. The police took both the accused in their custody a little ahead of Jharna Nala.
Police station Etmaddaula SHO Devendra Shankar Pandey said that on the information of the robbery, the police have arrested both the accused after the siege. A case has been registered against both of them, and they are being sent to jail. Both these youths had reached the car dealer in the guise of Sardar.