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    Three people were arrested by Bowenpally police for stealing bikes and creating fake vehicle registration certificates. They found 14 stolen bikes worth Rs 8 lakh in their possession.

    The arrested individuals were Raazak Khan (38), a bike mechanic; Yammala Yohanu (29), a car driver; and Goriparthi Venkatappayya (28), who runs a xerox center. The police uncovered 10 cases in various areas of Hyderabad. They discovered bikes of different models, fake registration certificates, and a laptop.

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    Raazak and Yohanu started stealing bikes in October 2023 in Bowenpally, Trimulgherry, Nampally, Jeedimetla, Alwal, and other parts of Hyderabad and Cyberabad. They targeted residential areas between 3 am and 6 am to avoid being caught by police patrols.

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    After stealing the bikes, they would leave them near the crime scene for a few days before retrieving them discreetly. They then sold the stolen bikes on platforms like OLX for prices between Rs 10,000 and Rs 15,000. Some buyers asked for original registration documents, leading them to Venkatappayya’s DTP center in Andhra Pradesh.

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    Venkatappayya created duplicate registration certificates using information obtained from the RTA website. He charged Rs 1,500 per document and provided this information to Raazak and Yohanu. They then sold the bikes through online platforms after receiving the fake certificates.

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