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Reported Stolen Vehicles

Not less than four vehicles have been reported stolen from different locations across Lagos State, revealed Lagos State Police Command…

  1. One LCC Volkswagen T4 Bus with Registration Number: AAA 380 XQ, Engine Number and Chassis Number: WV2ZZZ072MH017810. If sen, please contact any nearest Police Station or Ojo Police Station.
  2. One Black Hyundai Saloon Car with Registration Number KSF 625 BM, Engine Number G44GBM347622 and Chassis Number: MALAM51BABM990442. If seen, please contact any nearest Police Station or Idimu Police Station.
  3. One Black Kia Sportage (SUV) with Registration Number: LND 87 AH, Engine Number: G4KDBS179081 and Chassis Number: KNAPC811CC72364. If seen, please contact any nearest Police Station or Ojo Police Station.
  4. One LCC Volkswagen with Registration Number: XD 904 SMK, Engine Number: DFO14552 and Chassis Number: 047600. If seen, please contact any nearest Police Station or Ojo Police Station.

Source: DSP Joe Offor, PRO, Lagos State Police Command

 

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