Noida: A man claiming to be a homoeopathic doctor was among two people arrested in Greater Noida recently on charges of lifting vehicles of people after befriending them, according to police.
The Accused Homeopathy practitioner has been involved in at least three such cases where he has tricked people into lending their cars to him for some time and within days, the vehicles went missing, a senior police officer said.
“The accused homeopath accomplice Sharma provided him with the duplicate keys and tracked the car using the GPS and would lift it at any opportune time after the homepath returned the vehicle to its owners,” he said.
Jaiswal said that at least three such cases of have come to light and the matter is being investigated further.
“He claims to be a doctor, a visiting doctor at a private hospital in Greater Noida, but we are verifying his claims. His degree and work profile, whether they are true,” the SP said.
Both the accused were arrested around 12.05 am on Wednesday in Greater Noida, he said.
Two of the stolen cars, a Maruti Swift and a Maruti Brezza, were seized from them along with a fake number plate on one of them, the police said.
A case has been registered against the two at Kasna Police station under Indian Penal Code sections 379 (theft), 420 (fraud), 482 (using false property mark), and related offences, the police said.
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