In Briefs

Unclaimed vehicles at Police Station

March 2, 2022

Twelve two-wheelers that were found abandoned in Lakshmipuram Police limits have been seized by the Police and these vehicles will be auctioned as the owners could not be traced. The two-wheelers include Hero Honda Passion (KA-09-EP-9366 original number KA-09-EF-9366), TVS Scooty (KA-09-EJ-2918), Hero Honda Hunk (KA-45-J-1599), Honda Dio (KA-05-HA-2894), Honda Eterno (KA-04-EU-5408), Bajaj Pulsar (KA-20-U-7847), TVS Victor (KA-09-EB-6975), Suzuki Heat (KA-03-EW-3340), two Kinetic Honda scooters (KA-09-H-4093 and one without number plate), Suzuki Samurai and Yamaha (both without number plates). The Police have urged the owners of these vehicles to contact the official concerned at Lakshmipuram Police Station along with relevant documents and take their vehicles. For details, contact Lakshmipuram Police Station on Ph: 0821-2418320 or Police Control Room on Ph: 0821-2418339.


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