Recovery of snatched, stolen vehicles increases 10pc, CCPO briefed

 

Lahore: The recovery of snatched and stolen two, four wheelers has increased 10% by Anti Vehicles Lifting Staff (AVLS) in the last two months.

A record recovery of 65% has been made during last month (December 2021).
These facts have been revealed by DIG Investigations Shahzada Sultan during a briefing given to Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Additional IG Fayyaz Ahmad Dev during his visit to AVLS Headquarters Gulberg today. SP AVLS Aftab Phularwan, SP Model Town Investigations Ammara Sherazi and other officers were also present on the occasion. “They have recovered bikes and vehicles worth 114 million rupees during last two months. During 2021, the total recovery stands at 264.5 million rupees”, Shehzada Sultan told Dev. In addition to it, the specialized squad submitted challans in 9559 cases, he added. Meanwhile, CCPO Fayyaz Ahmad Dev visited different sections of the headquarters, supervised their functions, held meetings with staff members and inquired about their issues and problems. City Police Chief also examined the recovery and impounded vehicles. On this occasion, he issued instructions to fulfill the requirement of staff and transport of AVLS and expedite measures to recover the stolen/snatched vehicles.