By Elizabeth Uwandu
agbor—Members of Motorcycles Dealers Association in Ika North East Local Government Area of Delta State have affirmed their determination to partner with various enforcement agencies to stop the incidence of motorcycle theft within the locality.
The chairman of the association, Mr Nnamdi Njoekpumeogor, during a press conference said the efforts by the body to check illegalities and sales of stolen motorcycles from unsuspecting public is fast yielding results, with recent abandonment of a motorcycle by suspected criminals.
He said various measures aimed at curbing the activities of motorcycle thieves have helped in the recovering of an ash colour Ladies Daylong DL 110-2 motorcycle, with chassis number 152 FMH *J1279008A.
According to him, recently some young boys came to sell off a lady motorcycle to some dealers, but members suspected foul play and demanded for the original particulars.
However, for more than three weeks the boys are yet to return with the original particulars as demanded before any transaction could be made.
Mr Nnamdi urged members of the public whose motorcycles have been stolen to come with necessary documents to claim the said motorcycle. The motorcycle is presently in the custody of the Ugbaja Police Station under the Owa Oyibu Divisional command, Delta State.
He said the association will continue to work with various security agencies in the locality to maintain a secured and safe environment in the locality, to enhance sustainable development of the area.