Stolen Japanese cars discovered in Burundi


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Stolen Japanese cars discovered in Burundi

An international search for stolen vehicles has resulted in the discovery of 15 such vehicles, nine of which were found in Burundi, the country’s National Police (PNB) Spokesman Channel Ntarabaganyi revealed Saturday. According to Ntarabaganyi, the nine vehicles found in the Burundian capital were all stolen from Japan. He said the operation became successful because Burundian haulage officers used specific information from the Interpol Internet website for stolen vehicles in the 185 member countries. Ntarabaganyi said his organisation was now waiting for demands from the Japanese before the vehicles would be returned to their owners. He advised potential buyers to crosscheck vehicle documents before making purchases to avoid falling victims to traffickers in stolen cars. Panapress.

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