The Cyberabad Police have been doing quite a lot of work handling the goods and vehicles stolen from innocent people and have organized a fair or a special event where the people who lost their objects can come and claim them and take them back. These included a variety of things, from a mobile phone to a car.
The police department from Cyberabad organized a first-of-its-kind 'Stolen Property Release Mela'. The mela comprised objects that amounted to Rs.1.5 crores, which were stolen, snatched or robbed from offenders. These goods were recovered by various police departments across the city, including the Central Crime Station team, Special Operations Team. This mela was held at the premises of the Cyberabad Police Station in Gachibowli, where the Cyberabad Commissioner handed over some of the goods to the people who were present to claim their lost items.
There was a standard procedure and clearance from the local court that the object is lost and some proof indicating the product was theirs before claiming it from the police. Mobile phones and jewelry accessories were the most numbers of lost things at this mela. The whole aim of this mela was to reinstate the confidence of people in law enforcement and marked the beginning of a proper mechanism for returning the retrieved objects from offenders.
The Cyberabad Police is also planning to conduct an auction for nearly 800+ unclaimed vehicles piling up at the Moinanbad Police station. The particulars of vehicles are available with the City Armed Reserve Inspector (94910 39164) and on the website www.cyberabadpolice.gov.in. and people can file a claim if the vehicle happens to be theirs and claim it within 15 days after which the vehicle will be auctioned.
? “Stolen property release mela” was held at #CyberabadPolice grounds wherein the properties recovered from the offenders by police were handed over to the victims after following due procedure of law.
?Totally Rs. 1.10 Cr reached the hands of their respective owners again. pic.twitter.com/HiqfAcHU8q
— Cyberabad Police (@cyberabadpolice) August 24, 2021