Armed men flee with businessman’s car in Greater Noida

April 12th, 2008 - 3:09 pm ICT by admin  


Noida, April 12 (IANS) Three unidentified men fled with the Santro car of a businessman as well as his belongings after forcing the driver off the car at gun point, police said here Saturday. The men requested the driver of businessman Kamal Mehta, a resident of Gamma I sector of Greater Noida, for a lift late Friday night as he was returning to his own home after dropping Mehta.

According the Assistant Superintendent of Police, Greater Noida, Avdhesh Kumar Vijaita, the driver, Ram Dev, accepted the request of the men for a lift and asked them to sit in the back seat. After travelling about three kilometres, the three men threw out the driver from the moving car at gunpoint and fled with the car and Mehta’s belongings that were in the car near Surajpur police station.

The driver offered the lift in order to earn a few extra rupees. After the incident, the driver informed the police.

The Inspector General of Uttar Pradesh police V.K. Gupta, who was in the town, has inspected the site and directed policemen to nab the criminals.

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