BMW stolen, accused held in Sector 15
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The UT police registered a case of theft of a BMW car on Tuesday. The accused was caught by the police from Sector 15. The complainant, Ranjot Singh, a resident of Majri, registered a complaint with the police in which he claimed that Teji, a resident of Sector 35, borrowed his car and did not return. However, when Teji was detained he told the police that due to some property dispute between the complainant and him he took away his car. Though the UT police registered a DDR, the case was referred to the Mohali Police.
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