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30 September 2015

Nationwide crackdown on bogus insurance claims sees Rainhill woman arrested

A WOMAN from Rainhill was among six people across the country arrested as part of a nationwide crackdown on bogus household insurance claims. The Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department (IFED), part of the city of London Police, visited 26 police force areas as 43 officers targeted fraudulent insurance claims that reportedly cost every police holder…

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29 September 2015

ICT expert says car tracking system, effective tool for crime control

An ICT expert, Mr Michael Agwu, on Monday in Abuja said that car tracking system had become an effective tool to combat crime, especially car theft. Agwu made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN). According to him, a tracking unit is well hidden in the vehicle in such a way that it is invisible and can only be detected by…

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28 September 2015

Don’t leave your car engine running if stepping out: ROP tells motorists in Oman

Muscat: Do not leave your car engine running when you step out, even for a minute, the Royal Oman Police (ROP) has cautioned the drivers.

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23 September 2015

Police track stolen Lexus to Uganda where they find nicked fleet of British cars worth more than £1

The car had been stolen from west London - but was fitted with a tracking device. Detectives tracing a Lexus stolen from London ended up locating it in Uganda - alongside a fleet of British cars worth more than £1 million.

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23 September 2015

Police issue warning after two ‘car key’ thefts in Tamworth

Police are urging motorists not to leave their car keys or valuables on display after two car key thefts in Hockley, Tamworth. Both incidents happened in the early hours of Friday September 18.  

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