A top-level burglar that possesses a resort in Nepal as well as has a number of residential properties in his name in India was apprehended by the Delhi Police on Monday.
The situation of Manoj Chaubey, that has actually admitted to greater than 200 burglaries, advises of an additional well-known burglar that was associated with around 500 instances of burglary throughout the nation as well as also motivated a hit Bollywood movie – ‘Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!’
The 48-year-old has 2 spouses – one in Lucknow, the various other in Delhi – however neither of them understood he was a burglar, cops claimed.
“Chaubey is from Uttar Pradesh’s Siddharth Nagar who would come to Delhi to commit theft. He was arrested from Karawal Nagar,” claimed Jitendra Kumar Meena, Deputy Commissioner of Police of northwest Delhi.
He pertained to Delhi in 1997 as well as was very first captured for burglary in a canteen, cops claimed, including, homes in swank locations were his major targets.
Choubey constructed a resort in Nepal with the swiped cash as well as purchased a bed and breakfast for among his spouses in Uttar Pradesh, cops claimed. He also purchased a tract in the exact same location as well as rented it to a health center at a regular monthly rental fee of Rs 2 lakh, cops claimed. He has a residence in Lucknow as well as his youngsters research study in a reputed college in the resources city.
He was captured by the Delhi Police at the very least 9 times however ran away every single time. This time around, the cops inspected CCTV video as well as located a suspect that burglarized a residence in the Model Town location as well as was seen running away on a mobility scooter.
The probe exposed the two-wheeler came from one Vinod Thapa – a Nepalese person. When Thapa was questioned, it was located that Manoj Choubey was wed to his sibling in Nepal.
Choubey, that was later on apprehended from Karaval Nagar, has actually 15 instances signed up versus him.
Last year, the Delhi Police had actually apprehended a guy that admitted to almost 5,000 burglaries.