Luxury car drivers targeted by thieves who steal Jaguar, Mercedes and BMW badges
Anubhav Jain, a businessman from Shahdara, was shocked when a fellow driver drew his attention towards the missing chrome Jaguar logo from his car at a traffic signal.
Jain realised that the prized metal logo had been forcefully detached from the car, leaving behind a dent.
And Jain is not the only victim. The owners of swanky cars are losing sleep over this new form of monogram robbery.
Car showrooms are witnessing a surge in requests from customers who need replacement logos
Expensive cars without logos have become a common sight, with the stealing of car badges setting the newest trend of auto theft in the Delhi.
Mass parking areas seem to be the worst affected.
The badges and logos of expensive cars like BMWs, Audis, Mercedes and other luxury brands are the ones being targeted.
“The front logo of my Jaguar suddenly went missing. The thieves also attempted to claw the rear monogram but failed. This was brought to my notice as I stopped at a traffic signal by another such victim,” Jain told Mail Today.
Jain, who spent over Rs 12,000 to replace the Jaguar, added: “I