Selling a car online is quite risky. Selling a car online was overwhelming to a person. However, the police took the thieves to their clutches after a hard fight. Thieves stole his car in a very vicious manner. A man in Mukkam in Kerala put his details on OLX, a well-known online site for selling his Maruti Suzuki Swift car. The thieves then contacted the person and expressed a desire to buy the car. After which the two parties decided to meet on July 23 and brought the car from the owner to Panikkar. Let's know the full details
According to media reports, buyers expressed their desire to take a car test before fixing the deal. But during the test drive, the buyers cheated the car owner and stole the car. After which the owner lodged a complaint with the police. Even after stealing the car, the thieves changed the car's number plate and disconnected the GPS system so that there was no scope for tracking them. Jaskar later tried to sell the car to a man from Wayanad. The man, however, had some doubts over the documents provided with the car and obtained the original registration certificate for the car. He then contacted the number on the documents provided with the car and informed the police.
For your information, the police contacted the thieves and expressed their desire to buy the car as a buyer. The police described Khudh as a resident of Nileshwaram and asked him to bring Nileshwaram to show the car. After which two men came to show the car and the police immediately nabbed them. Earlier, the Bengaluru police had caught a bike thief in the same manner. The thief had also volunteered to buy a bike through an online site and blew up the bike on the pretext of a test ride. After which the police posted an advertisement of the bike on the online site to nab the thief, after which the thief got stuck in his clutches.