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Five Vehicles Stolen From Lagos State

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Lagos State Command has announced that a total number five vehicles were suspected to have been stolen from different locations in Lagos between the 21st January and 11th February, 2016. The vehicles and their registration numbers are listed below:

  1. One Grey Ford Fusion Saloon Car with Registration Number: FKJ 406 DW, colour grey, if seen contact any nearest Police Station or Ikeja Police Station.
  2. One unregistered Toyota Camry Saloon Car. If seen, contact any nearest Police Station or Ikeja Police Station.
  3. One Blue Honda City with Registration Number: CG 953 GGE. If seen, contact any nearest Police Station or Ikorodu Police Station.
  4. One Fiat truck with Registration Number: AKD 893 XQ. Colour: green white Engine Number: 658807461A166 or 056376 and Chassis Number: t682t3x022939.If seen, contact any nearest Police Station or Apapa Police Station.
  5. One grey Toyota Camry with Registration Number: EKY 180 BW, engine Number: 5s667906 and chassis Number: 4T1BG22K7XU410937. If seen, contact any nearest Police Station or Idimu Police Station.

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