Sindh

Rangers nabed criminal group in ‘country’s biggest anti-car theft operation’

Rangers and Sindh Police have uncovered a group involved in theft of various cars used in criminal activities across Pakistan, Commander Rangers, Sachal Brigadier Naseem said on Saturday.
Addressing a press conference in SITE area, Brigadier Naseem said that the Rangers and Sindh Police had initially nabbed two suspects in a joint operation in Nazimabad, who were found in possession of illegal weapons and a stolen car.
“Unprecedented revelations” followed after further investigation, which showed the two were part of a group involved in selling and using stolen cars in different parts of Pakistan, the brigadier said.
“In the biggest car recovery operation in the country’s history, 51 cars were recovered and returned to their owners in record time. Most of the cars were various models of Toyota,” he said.
The operation was conducted by a team comprising Rangers and Sindh Police personnel after the instructions of DG Rangers Sindh, he added.