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Four Vehicles Reported Stolen

[dropcap]N[/dropcap]ot less than four vehicles have been reported stolen by suspected robbers across Lagos State of Nigeria.

  • One Blue Venango Bus with chassis No.WV2ZZZZ25ZKHO31293. If seen contact any nearest Police station or Idimu Police Station.
  • One Black Toyota Camry S/Car with Reg. Number: APP 788 AA, Engine No.55657112 and chassis No.4TIBG22K4WU335497. If seen contact any nearest Police Station or Alakuko Police Station.
  • One Black Toyota Corolla S/Car with Reg. Number: BWR 196 AH, and chassis No.2TIBRIBEBWCO41080.If seen contact any nearest Police Station or Dopemu Police Station.
  • One Blue Honda CR-V with Reg. Number: KTU 763 DH Engine No.K24B9505395 and Chassis Number: JHLRP58308R399536.YIN.  If seen contact any nearest Police Station or Festac Station.

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