New Delhi, Nov 26: It's not very surprising if one loses track of the spot where his/her vehicle was parked in a sprawling, crowded city like Delhi.
Two such cases, in which the complainants forgot the spot where they'd parked their vehicle, have come to the Delhi police for investigation, said an India Today report.
The report says that, one of the complainants, an assistant commissioner with the Customs department at IGI Airport Terminal 3, lost track of the spot where he had parked his Maruti Swift car. A case of theft has been registered at the IGI Airport police station, said the report.
CP Jayant, on Tuesday, parked his car somewhere near the airport as he felt unwell while driving back home from work. Later forgot the spot.
The police questioned him, but reportedly, he was clueless. The cops have already searched for the car in all possible routes which Jayant might have taken, but in vain.
In the second case, a retired director of the Central Forensic Science Laboratory filed a police complaint saying he forgot the spot where he had parked his car. The 80-year-old P.S. Nayar forgot the place where he had parked his car. On questioning by the police, he recalled that on November 3 he had parked his Maruti Zen car somewhere near the India Gate.
The police have been trying hard to find the cars. Reportedly, they have uploaded the details on zipnet to trace the vehicles.