Mumbai News: Biker Racing Wrong Side In Bandra Collides Into Cop Car; Arrested

Mumbai News: Biker Racing Wrong Side In Bandra Collides Into Cop Car; Arrested

In the wee hours on Monday, a Yamaha superbike lost control and crashed into the right rear door of the police vehicle and damaged its glass.

Megha KuchikUpdated: Tuesday, May 07, 2024, 12:24 AM IST
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The Bandra police arrested a 19-year-old man on Monday for allegedly damaging a police vehicle, even as two accomplices managed to flee. The trio was racing on superbikes at 3.15am on May 5 when the police tried to stop them. Attempting to flee, they collided with the police vehicle.

The police said they were keeping an eye on bikers racing on the wrong side near Triangle Point, Western Express Highway, on Sunday night. In the wee hours on Monday, a Yamaha superbike lost control and crashed into the right rear door of the police vehicle and damaged its glass.

The biker swiftly switched to another bike driven by someone else and fled. Two other bikers accompanying him also escaped. However, the key accused, Shoaib Khan, was later caught from Govandi.

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