Following a secret information, Tamulpur Police in Baksa district arrested two car-lifters and recovered a stolen Tata Sumo Gold car bearing registration No AS 14 FC-7644.
After getting the information, Inspector Ashim Bora launched an operation at Charangbari village in cooperation with Rajen Boro, in-charge of Gandhibari Police Outpost and Circle Organiser of Village Diffence Organisation of Tamulpur, Dilip Das and recovered the stolen car from the roadside in Charangbari village under Tamulpur Subdivision town in Baksa.
The police were also able to nab two youths from the spot.
The two arrested youths have been identified as 26-year-old Rahul Basumatarry, son of Ajit Basumatary of Lalganesh in Guwahati and Ajay Choudhury.
Police also seized one Maruti Suzuki car bearing registration number AS 01 JC-4054 from their possession.
However, two other youths managed to escape from the spot.
The arrested youths have been lodged in Tamulpur Police Station for questioning.
Police also recovered 7 nos of passbooks of SBI Bank, 1 number of passbook of Canara Bank, one leaf of cheque of Rs 4.8 lakh of SBI, one leaf of cheque of Rs. 1 lakh of Bijoya Bank, one passport of one Anowar Hussain, one PAN card of one Helena Begum along with three mobile handsets and various other documents.
The police recovered the Tata Sumo Gold car while the car-lifters were trying to change the original number plate and tyres of the car.
A case has been registered against duo and interrogation is going on.