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Police Recovers Six Stolen Vehicles

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Lagos State Police have recovered a total number of six (6) vehicles from 26th – 3rd December, 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:

S/NO MAKES OF VEHICLES REG. NO COLOUR LOCATION
1. LEXUS GX470 LSD 21 BB BLACK IKOYI DIV
2. TOYOTA CAMRY LSD 71BK DARK GREEN SHOGUNLE DIV
3. TOYOTA CAMRY AGL 437 DA GOLD MEIRAN DIV
4. TOYOTA CAMRY KTU 443 DP WHITE DOPEMU DIV
5. TOYOTA CAMRY KSF 870 DE GREEN OGUDU DIV
6. KIA RIO SALOON CAR APP 671 CA BLACK PEN CINEMA DIV

As usual, members 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 number may have been tampered with, please.

Source: Lagos State Police Command

 

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