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Cops seek to return seized vehicles
2012-07-20 12:47:24 | (0 Comments)
The Lottery Scam Task Force is asking the owners of several motor vehicles which were seized during its operations to visit its Montego Bay Office to claim them.
The task force is seeking to determine if the high end vehicles, which include a Lexus and an Audi were obtained through criminal activity.
In a notice in today’s Gleaner, the task force requested that registered owners visit its office at 9 Sewell Avenue in Montego Bay with documentation to prove they are the owners of the vehicles.
They are also being asked to provide documentation to show they have the ability to purchase and maintain the vehicles which they are claiming.
The Lottery Scam Task Force said unclaimed vehicles will be treated as abandoned.
On April 1 of this year, the police raided the premises of alleged lottery scammers in Hanover and seized a number of vehicles.
A month earlier, 16 vehicles were also seized in St. James as part of the crackdown on the scam.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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