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£50,000 car recovered in Cambridgeshire before owner even knew it had been stolen

Tracking device alerts police to stolen Range Rover

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A £50,000 car stolen from the Thames Valley was stopped in Cambridgeshire – and the thief arrested – even before the owner had reported it missing. Police in Huntingdon revealed the arrest today.

Over the weekend, a police spokesperson, they were alerted by a tracking company to a stolen Range Rover missing from the Thames Valley area entering Cambridgeshire.

Police were alerted by a tracking company to this stolen Range Rover missing from the Thames Valley area entering Cambridgeshire.

Police were alerted by a tracking company to this stolen Range Rover missing from the Thames Valley area entering Cambridgeshire.

“Officers followed the vehicle into Godmanchester and arrested a 30-year-old man on suspicion of theft of a motor vehicle and possession of a knife,” said the spokesperson in a post of Policing Huntingdonshire on Facebook.

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“The vehicle was recovered – all before the owner knew it was missing!”.

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The thief won’t be taking up any spare capacity at a Cambridgeshire police station.

“He’s since been passed to our colleagues at Thames Valley Police,” said the post.

 

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