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Cars go missing as owners forget parking spot in Delhi

New Delhi: Two different cases of "missing vehicles" are baffling Delhi Police. In both the cases complainants forgot the place where they had parked their car. In the first case, an assistant commissioner with the Customs department, who has been posted at the IGI Airport Terminal 3, lost track of the spot where he had parked his Maruti Swift car while returning home from his workplace. A case of theft has been registered at the IGI Airport police station.

In another case, a retired director of the Central Forensic Science Laboratory also forgot the spot where he had parked his car. A case of theft has been registered with the Tilak Marg police station. In the first case, assistant commissioner of Customs, C.P. Jayant, on Tuesday left from the New Customs House for his residence in his own car. On his way back, he parked his car somewhere but later forgot the spot.

"While driving I did not feel well and parked my vehicle somewhere. I then took an autorickshaw and reached my house. But since then I have been searching my car but of no avail," Jayant said in his complaint with the police. "When Jayant was questioned, he was clueless," a police official said.

A police team has already visited the possible routes which Jayant might have taken, but no car has been found so far. The Delhi Police has uploaded the details on zipnet to trace the car.

In the second case, 80-year-old P.S. Nayar too forgot the place where he had parked his car. All he could remember that on November 3 he had parked his Maruti Zen car somewhere near the India Gate. But after that he could not recall anything about the car, police said.

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