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Latest Reported Stolen Vehicles

From 17th March to 14th April, four vehicles were suspected to have been stolen from different location in Lagos state.

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he vehicles and their numbers are listed below:

1. Black Toyota Camry with registration Number: LEH 203 BJ, engine Number: 357436153 and chassis Number: 4TIBG28KOWU386549.

If seen, please contact any nearest police station or Idimu police station.

hiace2. Toyota Corolla with registration number: KTU 867 DZ.

If seen, please contact any nearest police station or Idimu police station.

3. Blue grey Toyota Camry saloon car with registration number: EPE 96 BU.

If seen contact the nearest police station or Shagamu road police station.

4. Green Toyota Hiace bus with registration number: AAA 577 XE, Engine number: 2L9533684 and chassis number: JT12LK210002459.

If seen, please contact any nearest police station or Ikorodu police station.

 

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