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SYSTEM HELPS KENT POLICE TO IDENTIFY MERCEDES SPRINTER WITH NO NUMBER PLATES OR VIN
Kent Police at Sheerness Docks contacted us to enquire about a Mercedes Sprinter Van that was ready to be shipped abroad with no registration plate or VIN. The officer gave us the code etched into the catalytic converter and we were able to confirm that the vehicle was not showing as stolen on the PNC.
THE ISR HELPS TO IDENTIFY STOLEN FIAT PUNTO
We received a call yesterday from a Greater Manchester Police officer regarding a Fiat Punto that had crashed and been abandoned. He gave us the etch code on the windows and we provided him with the VRM and VIN and confirmed that the vehicle had been reported stolen on the 1st September this year.
A FOILED BLUFF!
An Officer from the Metropolitan Police called us having stopped a suspected stolen vehicle. The driver had told him the vehicle had been stolen but that it had been recovered. Our operator was able to confirm to the caller that the vehicle’s PNC status was still showing as having been stolen in Nov 2013 and that no recovery notice had been received.
STOLEN BICYCLE RETURNED TO ITS OWNER
A call was received from a member of the public to say a bicycle had been found in a woodland area of Portsmouth. Contact details of the caller were recorded on the ISR and our operator left a message on the registered owner’s mobile phone asking her to give us a call. In the meantime, the person who had contacted us took the cycle home for safe-keeping.
We made a follow up call to the owner the following morning. She said the cycle had been stolen from her 1st floor balcony a few days before. She was delighted it had been found as she had not expected to see it again. Contact details of the finder were given (with his permission) so she could arrange to collect the cycle.
STOLEN CATALYTIC CONVERTER IDENTIFIED IN A BREAKERS YARD
An Officer from West Midlands Police carrying out checks in a breakers yard discovered two vehicle parts marked with ISR Etch Codes. One was a piece of glass, identified on the Register as being from a Renault with no police interest showing in the record. The second part was a catalytic converter. Our operator identified this as being from a Mercedes Sprinter, flagged on the ISR as being PNC stolen. Subsequently, the Officer found in a waste bin the discarded ISR customer contact card printed with the same etch code that was marked on the CAT. The officer was provided with the Sprinter’s VIN and registration number.
TE ISR HELPS A POLICE OFFICER TO IDENTIFY STOLEN TOYOTA
Following our recent success in identifying a stolen Renault van found to be on false plates in Merseyside, we have provided the correct details of a Toyota, stopped by the same police officer, which also turned out to have been stolen and on false plates.
THE ISR HELPS TO IDENTIFY STOLEN VAN
An Officer from Merseyside stopped a Renault Van he suspected of being on false plates. Our operator was able to confirm his suspicion by entering the etch code into the ISR which brought up the registration number and VIN of a vehicle showing as stolen on the PNC.
SYSTEM HELPS BEDFORDSHIRE POLICE TO IDENTIFY SAAB WITHOUT NUMBER PLATES
An officer from Bedfordshire Police called to enquire about a SAAB that had been left abandoned without number plates and had been issued with parking tickets. The etch code on the windows brought up the original record and as the officer was already registered with us, our operator provided him with the VIN and Registration number and confirmed there was no PNC interest in the vehicle.
THE ISR IDENTIFIES RENAULT SCENIC WITHOUT NUMBER PLATES
An officer from Staffordshire Police called on Saturday to enquire about a Renault that had been left abandoned without number plates. The etch code on the windows brought up the original record for a Renault Scenic. As the Police Officer was not yet registered with us, the ISR operator followed our secure protocols and called him back via 101. He was provided with the VIN and Registration number and confirmation that there was no PNC interest in the vehicle.
STOLEN VEHICLE IDENTIFIED VIA A REPLACEMENT KEY REQUEST
A request for a new key was submitted by a dealer via our security desk service. The vehicle record had a PNC Stolen flag against it which resulted in the request being routed to the security desk supervisor. When the dealer was informed there would be a delay in responding to the request, he said he was aware the vehicle had been stolen but that it had now been recovered and the owner wanted the keys changed. We explained we had to wait for the recovery to appear on the PNC file which it did the following day enabling the key request to be cleared for processing.
ABANDONED LAPTOP RETURNED TO OWNER
The ISR received a call from the London Taxi lost property section to say a laptop had been left in the back of a cab. The company registered on the ISR as the owner of the asset was contacted to confirm its status. It transpired that the user had not reported it missing; the company was very relieved when it was returned to them as it held confidential financial information.
SYSTEM HELPS TO RECOVER STOLEN VEHICLE ON PERSONALISED PLATES
A Met Police Officer stopped a vehicle on personalised plates. He called the ISR and quoted the code etched into the windows the record for which had a PNC stolen status. Once the Officer’s credentials had been verified, the Officer was provided with the true identity of the vehicle. He confirmed to our operator that the vehicle would be taken to a police storage compound.
STOLEN BICYCLE IDENTIFIED IN PRIVATE GARDEN
A home owner in Hampshire called the ISR to say she had found a bicycle dumped in her garden and asked if we could provide her with details of the owner. The ISR operator took her address and contact details and called the registered owner to let her know the cycle had been found. The owner was asked to report the theft to the police to enable them to take charge of the case. Subsequently, the ISR supplied the officer concerned with all the relevant information and the cycle was returned to the owner.
SYSTEM HELPS HAMPSHIRE POLICE TO IDENTIFY STOLEN BICYCLE
An Officer from Hampshire Police stopped a person he suspected was riding a stolen bicycle. A search of the ISR confirmed the cycle had been reported stolen. Once the Officer’s credentials had been verified, he was given the contact details for the registered owner. The Officer confirmed he was taking the cycle and rider to the police station.
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