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British police recover more than a million euros worth of stolen cars

British police have recovered several stolen luxury cars, including a Rolls-Royce Cullinan.

The UK, at the police station is clearly making increasingly impressive seizures of stolen cars. Last January, officers came across more than 700 stolen vehicles in a port in Essex. Among them were even luxury models that would have belonged to football players playing in the Premier League.

This isn’t the latest incredible catch that British police have made in recent times. As reported The Sun, new stolen vehicles have been found, still in the same county of Essex. They were discovered in a garage after thefts were reported to officers.

Stolen luxury vehicles found in garage by police

This time, the catch was lower in value than that of last January. In total, the cumulative price of the cars found was one million pounds sterling, almost 1,2 million d’euros. However, the number of vehicles was also much lower. In reality, these are particularly luxurious models.

The most expensive model found was a Rolls-Royce Cullinan, whose market value exceeds 300,000 euros. The fact that an example was the target of thieves is in no way surprising given the price of the vehicle and its success with people at well-stocked wallet. This car is particularly popular in the United Kingdom.

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Incredible efficiency of law enforcement

A Aston Martin DB11 a Mercedes-Benz AMG GT and one SUV Range Rover were also found with the Rolls-Royce Cullinan. Several of these vehicles are believed to have been stolen in London, a city in which luxury cars are particularly numerous. A Toyota Alphard and Jeep Wrangler were discovered in other garages.

Fortunately, all the cars were found intact. It is also worth noting the speed of the British police forces. The Rolls-Royce was notably found 24 hours after being stolen. This efficiency is however necessary, to the extent that the criminals also prove to be very fast.

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