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Stolen vehicle recovered, investigation underway

December 11, 2012

West Point police were able to recover a vehicle Monday that was reported stolen earlier that morning from Windale Apartments, and now police are seeking the individual are individuals responsible for taking the car.
The vehicle, a tan 2005 Nissan Altima, was reported stolen shortly after 6 a.m. Monday morning, said Acting Chief Investigation Albert Lee, who said calls from concerned citizens led to police finding the vehicle on Mayhew Street across from Zuber Park.
Once police arrived on Mayhew Street they saw that the vehicle was not occupied and noticed significant damage to the car.
The vehicle was taken to the West Point Police Department to be processed for evidence and will be returned to its owner at a later date.
Lee said the person or persons responsible for taking and leaving the Altima may have injuries sustained from being in a vehicle accident.
Anyone with information on this case is asked to call Lee at the WPPD at 662-494-1244.

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