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Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by PrettyCrystal: 8:33am On Oct 30, 2017
According to an online report, a Range Rover owner was shocked to discover that his vehicle which was stolen at gun point earlier this year, has been auctioned after it was recovered by police operatives in Rivers state. Read the full details below;

This Range Rover was stolen from Dennis Banigo at gunpoint in February, 2017 in Port Harcourt. He reported the case at the Elelenwo police station, Port Harcourt. This October, the same car was found parked at a Police station in Okporo. When the owner went to recover his vehicle. He was told by the Police that his stolen vehicle although still parked at the Police station has been auctioned early October, 2017. I wonder when it became police job description to auction stolen Vehicles. let us prevail on the police to return this vehicle to Mr Dennis Banigo.

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Source; https://www.nationalhelm.co/2017/10/police-auctions-mans-range-rover-recovered-robbers-rivers-photo.html

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by PrettyCrystal: 8:34am On Oct 30, 2017
cc; lalasticlala

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by madridguy(m): 8:40am On Oct 30, 2017
Nigeria police again grin grin grin

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by Remijuice: 8:42am On Oct 30, 2017
Dem dey craze?

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by givan: 8:45am On Oct 30, 2017
Official criminals be stealing from unofficial criminals like "soft work... nobody coming after us"

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by QuotaSystem: 8:49am On Oct 30, 2017
To be fair, the police have been auctioning recovered but unclaimed vehicles after advertising them in national dailies for as long as I can remember. The original owner must have missed the advertisements and the vehicle was auctioned to another person for a low price. I can only fault the police for not contacting the original owner once the car was found, since he had already made a report and presumably dropped his contact details.

The owners best option is probably to contact the successful buyer and persuade him to give back the car after paying him what it cost him at the auction; this is because the auction is a legally recognized and regulated process.

My two cents.

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by pyyxxaro: 9:03am On Oct 30, 2017
Remijuice:
Dem dey craze?
.


Nooo.....

Them de mad sad

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by ybalogs(m): 9:12am On Oct 30, 2017
pyyxxaro:
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Nooo.....
Them de mad sad
Iro ooo, won ti ya wereh

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by ybalogs(m): 9:14am On Oct 30, 2017
Nigeria Police just won't stop dragging their names in muds. This is getting too serious. They'd be the ones to release criminals just cos their boss has greased their palms. Apparently our Police are the bigger criminals.

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by pyyxxaro: 9:22am On Oct 30, 2017
ybalogs:

Iro ooo, won ti ya wereh
.

.
Wetin u de talk undecided

Bulldozer fall on ur testes cool

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by ybalogs(m): 9:26am On Oct 30, 2017
pyyxxaro:
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. Wetin u de talk undecided
Bulldozer fall on ur testes cool
who be this phool? Sense fall on you. Amen.
Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by pyyxxaro: 9:34am On Oct 30, 2017
ybalogs:
who be this phool? Sense fall on you. Amen.



grin with ur yellow teeth grin

Ur mouth de smell armpit and kanfor cheesy

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by Skinnienigga(m): 1:22pm On Oct 30, 2017
I'm shook! He should go and meet the new owner fa? That is pure nonsense!

We have a dead system and people like you encourage it! Its legal for them to sell his car that he reported stolen just cause he didn't come and reclaim it fast enough. Under 1 year sef. Just rubbish!!

Wetin con be the difference between the thieves and police now?

I weak for your comment oh Bros.

QuotaSystem:
To be fair, the police have been auctioning recovered but unclaimed vehicles after advertising them in national dailies for as long as I can remember. The original owner must have missed the advertisements and the vehicle was auctioned to another person for a low price. I can only fault the police for not contacting the original owner once the car was found, since he had already made a report and presumably dropped his contact details.

The owners best option is probably to contact the successful buyer and persuade him to give back the car after paying him what it cost him at the auction; this is because the auction is a legally recognized and regulated process.

My two cents.

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by Angelanest: 2:02pm On Oct 30, 2017
lalasticlala

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by izzy4shizzy(m): 4:20pm On Oct 30, 2017
9ja police

Arm robbers stole his car, police sold it....whi be d actual thief here

And I can bet the buyer of the car is a police man....
....
And somewhere in Aso rock, one man wants to stop corruption

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by jbreezy: 4:20pm On Oct 30, 2017
Dem wan gada moni buy new weapons na...
Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by juman(m): 4:20pm On Oct 30, 2017
Those robbers are connected to the police officers.
Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by nairavsdollars(f): 4:20pm On Oct 30, 2017
Bunch of rogues. They learnt that from the current IGP. The same applies to Okada seized in Lagos. It is either police converted it to personal use or they sell to neighbouring states

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by Antoeni(m): 4:21pm On Oct 30, 2017
DPO wants it

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by ORACLE1975(m): 4:21pm On Oct 30, 2017
police madness
Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by Quality20(m): 4:22pm On Oct 30, 2017
Is it really d fault of d police? When from time immemorial community elders and other leaders of thought have always pushed community bad eggs terrorising neighborhoods with stealing, robbery, rape, drunkenness and other forms of troubles into the police force. Its time they stop recruiting society misfits into security agencies. Morally upright ppl need to fill up the security agencies to properly police the populace

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by ibkgab001: 4:22pm On Oct 30, 2017
Otida .... nothing is better to qualify this men in black other than


BARAO OLEEE ELERIBU ANOFIA LOSSERS

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by lovingyouhun: 4:22pm On Oct 30, 2017
NPF----Thieves!!! grin

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by Runaway: 4:22pm On Oct 30, 2017
Where is the thing self.
Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by PETUK(m): 4:22pm On Oct 30, 2017
It is finished
Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by Nobody: 4:23pm On Oct 30, 2017
Nigerian police tho..........

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by SmartyPants(m): 4:24pm On Oct 30, 2017
QuotaSystem:
To be fair, the police have been auctioning recovered but unclaimed vehicles after advertising them in national dailies for as long as I can remember. The original owner must have missed the advertisements and the vehicle was auctioned to another person for a low price. I can only fault the police for not contacting the original owner once the car was found, since he had already made a report and presumably dropped his contact details.

The owners best option is probably to contact the successful buyer and persuade him to give back the car after paying him what it cost him at the auction; this is because the auction is a legally recognized and regulated process.

My two cents.

Clearly indicates that the police do not have an efficient or effective network. Once a car or other property is recovered by the police anywhere in Nigeria, it should be uploaded on a central system that would inform every single police station throughout Nigeria.

What is so hard about this?

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by talk2percy(m): 4:24pm On Oct 30, 2017
Nigerian police will never seize to bring shame to this country. Can u imagine? And they knew too well that the guy reported that his car was stolen...I won't be surprised if nah them even snatch am in the first place.

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by XD3G: 4:24pm On Oct 30, 2017
QuotaSystem:
To be fair, the police have been auctioning recovered but unclaimed vehicles after advertising them in national dailies for as long as I can remember. The original owner must have missed the advertisements and the vehicle was auctioned to another person for a low price. I can only fault the police for not contacting the original owner once the car was found, since he had already made a report and presumably dropped his contact details.

The owners best option is probably to contact the successful buyer and persuade him to give back the car after paying him what it cost him at the auction; this is because the auction is a legally recognized and regulated process.

My two cents.


Please keep your 2cents and this Bull crap you have written up here. The owner missed the advertisement - Really?!
Come on!

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by 1Rebel: 4:24pm On Oct 30, 2017
Nigeria is filled with insane people.

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Re: Police Auctions Stolen Range Rover In Port Harcourt After It Was Recovered by Organs(m): 4:25pm On Oct 30, 2017
QuotaSystem:
To be fair, the police have been auctioning recovered but unclaimed vehicles after advertising them in national dailies for as long as I can remember. The original owner must have missed the advertisements and the vehicle was auctioned to another person for a low price. I can only fault the police for not contacting the original owner once the car was found, since he had already made a report and presumably dropped his contact details.

The owners best option is probably to contact the successful buyer and persuade him to give back the car after paying him what it cost him at the auction; this is because the auction is a legally recognized and regulated process.

My two cents.

Thanks for your two cents. I disagree though. The owner should sue the police for not contacting him and auctioning his vehicle. Also, i will need to see evidence of advertisements for the vehicle.

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