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Vehicles Stolen From Toyota South In Richmond

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 10/19/2012 8:41 pm
Richmond Police said two vehicles were reported stolen from the lot at Toyota South in Richmond.

A representative from the car dealership told investigators that the thefts happened within the last ten days.

The stolen vehicles were:
  • Silver 2011 Toyota Corolla with Kentucky tag 029 LZG
  • Beige 2002 Toyota Camry with Kentucky tag 238 BAM
Police said the estimated loss was $24,000.

Anyone with information on this case should call the Richmond Police at 859-623-1162.
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