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Police Recovers Seven Stolen Vehicles

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Lagos State Police command has recovered a total number of seven vehicles from 11th-19th November, 2015 suspected to have been stolen from different locations in Lagos.

The vehicles can be located at the station mentioned against each of them as follows:

MAKES OF VEHICLES        REG. NUMBER COLOUR LOCATION
Toyota Corolla AGL 163 CE Black Anthony Div.
Honda Pilot Jeep AR 24 LSR Ash Bariga Div.
Honda Civics AY 679 LSD Black Yaba Div.
Honda CRV WU 61 AAA Ash Ikoyi Div.
Toyota Corolla KJA 449 88 Black Gowon Estate Div.
V/W Vanagon Bus AAA 704 XF LSCC Denton Div.
Kia Sportage TY 831 AAA Black Daleko Eko P/Police
Honda Accord EV 470 KJA Blue Ikeja Div.

As usual, member of the public who have claims on these vehicles should check at the Police Station mentioned against them with their original documents.

Claimants should endeavour to check the engine numbers as the original registration numbers may have been tampered with, please.

 

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