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Ogun police list recovered stolen vehicles: see how to claim yours

In a press release issued today by the Ogun State Police Command’s Information Unit, the public has been urged to check the list of recovered vehicles at various police divisions and formations across the state. The announcement comes as part of the command’s ongoing efforts to curb criminal activities and return stolen property to their rightful owners.

The Ogun State Police Command encourages the public, especially individuals who may have lost vehicles matching the descriptions provided, to visit the respective police divisions and formations where these vehicles are currently held. Proof of ownership will be required for the release of any recovered vehicle.

In the same press statement, the Commissioner of Police reaffirmed the relative peace prevailing in Ogun State under their watch and pledged to continue the relentless fight against criminality. The Commissioner also emphasized the open opportunity for individuals willing to renounce their membership in various cult groups and disengage from criminal activities.

A call to parents and guardians was also made to sensitize and guide their wards away from crime and criminal tendencies. The Ogun State Police Command also claimed to remain committed to ensuring the safety and security of the state’s residents, and they urge the public to cooperate with law enforcement agencies in their efforts to maintain peace and order.

For further inquiries or to claim a recovered vehicle, individuals are advised to contact their respective police divisions or formations.

The recovered vehicles, suspected to have been stolen and the respective retrieval points, include the following:


  1. One Honda Accord Salon Car, Gray Colour with Reg.No GWA 269 CF


  1. One Toyota Corolla Car with Reg.No KSF 47 CU, Ash Colour


  1. One Toyota Camry with Reg.No KWL 820 CP


  1. Toyota Dyna Truck with Reg.No URM 363 ZY


  1. Toyota Camry Salon Car with Reg.No SMK 155 HD
  2. Toyota Picnic Car with Reg.No RBC 579 AL


  1. One Bajaj Motorcycle with Reg.No DTF 926 WN


  1. One Toyota Camry Muzzle Unregistered


  1. One Bajaj Motorcycle with Reg.No SGM 557 VQ


  1. Four Unregistered Motorcycles


  1. Toyota Corolla Car Ash Colour with Reg.No GGE 15 EM
  2. One Toyota Corolla Car Grey Colour with Reg.No GGE 681


  1. One Ford Edge Vehicle Blue Colour with Reg.No 497 HD


  1. One Toyota Camry Car Blue Colour with Dealer’s No. 4756 DLA


  1. One Toyota Rav 4 Black Colour Unregistered


  1. One Toyota Venza Car with Reg.No BWR 123 DD
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