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List of Vehicles Stolen In July

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Lagos State Police Command has announced four vehicles suspected to have been stolen from different locations in Lagos between 1st and 14th July, 2016. The vehicles are listed below:

  1. Blue Toyota Sienna Space Bus with Registration Number: KTU 284 BT. If seen contact the nearest Police station or Area G, Ogba, Ikeja, Lagos
  2. Cream colour Lexus Saloon with Registration Number: KJA 923 DY. and Chassis Number: JTHBF30Q730032998AT. If seen contact any nearest police station or Shagamu road police station, Ogun State
  3. One Black Toyota Avensis Saloon Car with Registration Number: BWR 234 HK. If seen, contact the nearest police station or Bode Thomas police station.
  4. White Fiat Ducato with Registration Number: LND 288 XC. Engine and Chassis Number: ZFA23000005247998. If seen contact any nearest police station or Ajao police station, Ajao Estate, Lagos

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