Range Rover stolen in Birmingham found in Scotland with fake plates

A luxury car which was stolen in Birmingham has been found 320 miles away. The Range Rover was discovered in Scotland a week after it went missing. It was already displaying cloned number plates when officers discovered it in Glenrothes, Fife, on Saturday (October 1).

The posh motor was r eported stolen from Birmingham on September 24. The Daily Record reports how Police Scotland gave details of the discovery in a tweet. It was accompanied by a picture of the dark-coloured vehicle being loaded onto the back of a flatbed truck.

Read more:Tragedy as woman on mobility scooter dies in collision with car in Chelmsley Wood It will now be examined by specialist forensic officers in a bid to catch the culprits. Police Scotland's Road Policing Unit shared the picture on the social media post.

The tweet said: "Fife Road Policing recovered this stolen Range Rover in Glenrothes today. It was originally stolen in Birmingham on the 24/09/22 and was found displaying cloned number plates. Hopefully the owner will get it back after our forensics colleagues have a look at it." Police Scotland have confirmed that enquiries are ongoing.

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