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Check out List of Recently Stolen Vehicles…Any Clue?

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Lagos State Police Command announced disappearance of two vehicles suspected to haveclean_first_body_mitsubishi_transport_bus_2840130465246784105 been stolen between 28th – 5th of August, 2016 from different location in Lagos.

The vehicles are:

Navy blue Toyota Saloon Car with Registration Number: FKJ 685 CK, Engine Number. QN23686814 and Chassis Number: JTDBW22E308088290. If seen contact any nearest police station or Ojo police station.

Vanagon Volkswagen Bus with Registration Number: LND 650 XM, LSCC Engine Number: DG168720 and Chassis Number: WU2ZZZ25ZLHO87962. If seen contact any nearest police station or Alagbado police station.

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