Bentley car that was stolen from London a few weeks ago has recently been discovered in a bungalow in Pakistan’s Karachi, as per media reports. After a tip from the UK National Crime Agency that the stolen Bentley Mulsanne sedan was parked in a bunglow in the city’s posh DHA area, the Collectorate of Customs Enforcement (CCE) in Karachi carried out a raid.
According to a claim in Pakistani media, individuals responsible for the theft failed to remove or turn off Bentley’s monitoring tracker, which allowed UK officials to track the car’s exact location using advanced tracking technology.
Officials discovered a Bentley with a Pakistani license and registration during the raid. Upon closer examination, they found that the vehicle’s chassis number matched the information provided by the UK police regarding the stolen car.
The owner of the residence failed to provide the necessary documentation, resulting in the seizure of the car. He was detained along with the broker who sold him the expensive car. Authorities said that the vehicle’s registration was fake.
According to the media report, those involved in the racket were able to import the car into Pakistan using the documents of a senior official from an east European nation.