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Vehicles Reportedly Stolen in June 2016

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]hree vehicles have been reported stolen from various locations of Lagos state.

The vehicles, as stated in a document released by the Lagos State Police Command to Motoring World correspondent  at the weekend, were reported stolen between 2nd-10th June, 2016 and their details, including their registration numbers, are listed below:

1. Wine Toyota RAV 4 with Registration Number: WCN 97 WT. If seen, contact any nearest police station or Shagamu road Police Station.

2. Ash Toyota Sienna with Registration Number: LND 434 DW, engine No. IMZ8164657 and Chassis Number: 4F3ZF19C8U381506. If seen contact any nearest police station or Ilemba- Hausa police station.

3. Ash Toyota Camry with Registration Number: LSD 900 CN, Engine Number: 556500406X and Chassis Number: 4TIBG422KIWU2867. If seen contact any nearest police station or Igando police station.

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