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Udaipur: In a major breakthrough, Udaipur’s Sukher police on Saturday arrested two persons accused of stealing luxury cars. The police recovered electronic devices and keys of three luxury vehicles from them.According to Himanshu Singh, SHO Sukher police station, the accused were held and the modus operandi of stealing the car came to light after a complaint was lodged with Sukher police by a victim about his car which was stolen from outside a resort. To trace the accused, the police formed a special team.On information, the police personnel stopped an SUV with two persons. The police recovered an electronic device and some keys. When the police interrogated both the accused, they revealed their names as Latif Khan and Vikram Suthar, residents of Jalore who admitted to stealing luxury cars in Udaipur city.During interrogation it was found that the accused had started a car detailing workshop near a mall in Udaipur city. On the pretext of washing vehicles coming to the mall, they would scan their locking systems, collect the data from the software and then fit their own GPS in it before returning the vehicle. The GPS fitted by them had a battery life of almost 10 days. The accused would monitor the movement of the car through the GPS. Later they would unlock the car with a cloned key nd electronic device and run away with the car, said Umesh Ojha ASP Udaipur.The accused had installed the GPS in 31 vehicles.Of these, three were confiscated and the remaining vehicles were saved from being stolen. ASP Umesh Ojha said that during interrogation it came to light that the stolen vehicles were to be given to smugglers who were transporting illegal narcotics to their residence in Bhinmal and further around Sanchore, Ojha said.

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