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14-Dec-2009  
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Mr James Agyenim-Boateng, a Deputy Minister for Information, on Monday said Ghana had been ranked as the number one destination for stolen vehicles and pledged government's commitment to clamp down on the canker.

Mr Agyenim-Boateng said this when he inspected some 40 stolen vehicles from the United States that had been impounded.

He said Interpol in July 2008 undertook an exercise to stop the practise but the perpetrators were so notorious that they had changed their modus operandi, adding that government did not intend to make it a lucrative venture for the syndicate.

The vehicles impounded include Range Rovers, Cherokees, VW Tiguan and BMW X5.

He said government had already notified the country of origin of the vehicles and if they request that the vehicles be returned the government would send them back.
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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