Pune: Vandals damage vehicles in Sahakarnagar, Pimpri
PUNE: Vandals damaged 35 early Sunday just behind the Sahakarnagar police station, breaking the headlights and display consoles with iron bars. Another 13 vehicles were also damaged.
Hemant Rajendra Ingle, owner of a local ration shop, has filed a complaint with the police. The suspects damaged 30 two-wheeled vehicles (motorcycles and scooters), the wind shields of two tempos and two autorickshaws.
Sahakarnagar police have reserved three unidentified men for damaging vehicles parked on public roads and for throwing abuse.
Deputy Police Commissioner (Zone II) Shirish Sardeshpande, assistant police commissioner, senior inspector Nandkumar Bidwai and others inspected the damage. Sardeshpande said the vandalism took place around 2.30 in the morning.
Deputy inspector Gaurav Dev of the Sahakarnagar police station said: “Local residents who left their homes saw three men, one of them with an iron bar. They walked through the area with the iron bar damaging parked vehicles. ”
Dev said: The reason behind his act is not known. We are trying to determine their identities. The area does not have CCTV surveillance. ”
Sachin Aglave, whose two-wheeled vehicle was damaged, said he had bought the motorcycle two years ago. “It was dear to me. Vandals damaged the console, fender and gas tank. I'm sad.
Another group of vandals used sticks and rods to damage 13 vehicles at Thermax Chowk in Pimpri on Sunday morning. Pimpri police said the suspects damaged two-wheelers, a car and motorhomes parked on a road around 3 am on Sunday.
The suspects arrived at the scene on a motorcycle and then damaged the vehicles. The reason for vandalism is unknown.