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November 2013


IAATI European Branch present at 1st Interpol Global Conference on Vehicle Crime

27 November 2013 | HANCOCK, Barry

IAATI European Branch present at 1st Interpol Global Conference on Vehicle Crime

The European Branch of IAATI, The International Association of Auto Theft Investigators, has given a presentation at Interpol's 1st Global Conference on Vehicle Crime which is being held at Interpol's headquarters in Lyon France between 26th & 28th November 2013. The conference was the first to be held by Interpol covering the global situation…

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22 November 2013

US - Stolen Motorcycle Returned To Owner 46 Years Later

Customs agents caught the bike on its way to Japan A Nebraska man couldn't believe his luck when police told him his motorcycle –- 46 years after it had been stolen. Don DeVault owned the 1953 Triumph Tiger 100 motorcycle for only a year or two before it disappeared from his fenced backyard in 1967, The Spec reported. The bike was heading…

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20 November 2013

US - Car thieves target luxury automobiles

A uthorities believe a high-end auto theft ring has descended upon unsuspecting residents who live in several Monmouth County municipalities. Police chiefs who preside over areas such as Colts Neck, Little Silver, Manalapan, Marlboro and Rumson have all reported an alarming number of motor vehicle thefts throughout 2013, said Charles Webster, a spokesman…

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15 November 2013

FRANCE CHINA - Rolls-Royce stolen in France turns up in Guangzhou

Guangzhou customs officers recently found a Rolls-Royce Phantom inside an unclaimed container which had stolen in France and smuggled into China. The smugglers did not approach customs to retrieve the container for fear of being caught, the overseas version of People's Daily reports. On Nov. 18, the General Administration of Customs and the Ministry…

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14 November 2013

CANADA - Car theft ring stopped: York Regional Police

AURORA - Investigators say they’ve dismantled a criminal organization which allegedly used fake IDs to dupe GTA car dealerships out of millions of dollars of high-end vehicles and ship them to Africa. York Regional Police say 50 vehicles were fraudulently purchased and moved out of the country by the time the investigation, dubbed Project Windows,…

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