Mysuru: The Mysuru South Police have called upon the owners of the below mentioned two-wheelers and auto rickshaws, which were seized during vehicle checking and accidents, to identify and take custody of the seized vehicles by producing the necessary documents.
In a press release, the Mysuru South Police said that despite their best efforts, the owners of 32 two-wheelers and five auto rickshaws could not be traced. As such, the owners, if any, should contact the Police Station and take custody of the vehicles by producing necessary documents. In case the owners are not traced, the vehicles will be publicly auctioned after taking permission from the Court, the release said.
Details of two-wheelers – KA-55-J-6608 (Bajaj Pulsar), KA-09-K-1110 (Vespa Scooter), KA-09-EP-8339 (Honda), KL-13-K-3463 (Yamaha Libero), KA-09-EG-2067, KA-26-1217 (Bajaj Pulsar), KA-09-X-4187 (Kinetic Smile), KA-05-EU-5399 (Bajaj CT100), KA-09-EG-2351, KA-03-EV-1425 (Bajaj Pulsar), KA-09-R-8455 (Suzuki Smurai), KA-09-K-9130 (CD100), KA-10-J-1412 (Bajaj Platina), KA-09-J-4398 (TVS moped), KA-13-53 (TVS Excel), KA-19-3201 (Bajaj), KA-09-EG 3275 (Splendor), KA-41-H-3647 (Splendor), KA-02-EG-3412 (Honda Activa) KA-11-L-5506 (TVS VTI-125), KA-09-L-1013 (Hero Puch), KA-04-V-552 (CD-100). KA-02-HH-1891 (Pulsar), Ka-03-EF-8980 (TVS Victor), KA-06-EE-9246 (Splendor), KA-09-K-8029 (CD-100), KA-09-EB-4064 (Bajaj Caliber), KA-05- EH-7025 (Boxer), KA-09-EK-1359 (Bajaj), KA-03-EF-2078 (Hero Honda Passion), KA-09-K-134 (Hero Puch) and KA-10-L-893 (Passion Pro).
KA-09-4006, KA-02-A-809, KA-10-B-7431, KL-09-R-8455 and KA-09-A-2728 (Ape goods auto).
It is possible that some of those vehicles may be stolen and the Reg. Number plates changed.
As such, the owners should check the chassis and Engine Numbers of the vehicles to identify their vehicle.