Police Authorities Arrest Suspects for Selling Stolen Motorcycle

4 Suspects for Selling Stolen Motorcycle Online Arrested by Police Authorities

The police authorities have arrested the suspects for selling a stolen motorcycle during a hot-pursuit operation.

The cops arrested two car nappers and two other citizens who bought a stolen motorcycle online. A delivery app rider lost his motorcycle to unidentified suspects while performing his job.

Luckily, the rider found his stolen motorcycle being sold online and immediately reported it to the QCPD Station 2. The authorities immediately launched a hot pursuit operation wherein four suspects have been arrested.

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“Nakita natin sa social media binebenta na motor niya. Ginawa natin nagkasa tayo kaagad ng dispatch natin ating follow up nilaro natin. Modus kasi ng mga ito swap gusto nila mabilisan na swapping motor. So yun hanggang kumagat naman sila sa inter operatives natin. Nahuli natin yung dalwa tapos yung dalawa na gusto bumili kinasuhan din natin,” QCPD Station 2 station commander P/Lt. Colenel Rix Villareal said.

Villareal explained that the suspects were just copying the owner’s signature after they have photocopied the papers. The police authorities advised the public to check the documents of second-hand vehicles and verify it with the Land Transportation Office and Highway Patrol Group.

‘Yung iba nag-aano na maka mura hindi nila alam nakaw pala eh di makasuhan pa sila ng Anti Fencing Law. Bago sila bumili lalo na motor verify muna nila kung authentic yung documents ng motor at siguraduhin nila yung may-ari talaga yung nagbebenta ng motor,” Villareal added.

The suspects will face charges of anti-carnapping law and anti-fencing law. Currently, the suspects were under the custody of Masambong Police Station for detention.

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