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15 vehicles were stolen in Bengaluru everyday in 2014-2016

27 Feb 2017 | By Mansi Motwani
What is Bengaluru upto today?

Data obtained from the Bengaluru police states that 16,149 cases of vehicle theft were registered between 2014 and 2016.

The figure stands at approximately 5,400 cases being registered annually and 14.7 cases registered everyday; 80% of these vehicles were two-wheelers.

Of these, a mere 4,163 stolen automobiles (17%) were recovered.

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27 Feb 201715 vehicles were stolen in Bengaluru everyday in 2014-2016

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