2013 VW T5 Camper stolen in Bunbury England Reg BU63 ULF

 
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Posted: 12.02.2018  ·  #1
As per title, Silver VW T5 Camper Van, this weekend in Bunbury.
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Posted: 12.02.2018  ·  #2
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As per title, Silver VW T5 Camper Van, this weekend in Bunbury.

That's a real Bummer. Have the Law any ideas as to who or where it may go. ?. Did anyone get in touch with the ferries and the tunnel.
Some photo's of it and of anything special fitted might help with identification.
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Never nice to hear of this. Hopefully its recovered,.
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Posted: 12.02.2018  ·  #4
There is a pic on the T4 forum but you might have to be registered to view it.

Anyway it is silver and immaculate with alloy wheels. Pop-top roof. BU63 ULF.

Hopefully it will end well and I can report good news.
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Posted: 12.02.2018  ·  #5
A reg number is a good start but a reg plate can be changed. Make sure that your local police report contains the chassis number and the vin number, and the police report is registered on the international police database for righthand drive countries.
If a similar camper turned up in Ireland / Hong Kong / Australia, the registration process requests a valid vin number if the export license is questionable, but if a police report is not on the system, it can slip through.
Malcolm
Ps, the extra details is a pain in the backside for the reporting police officer.
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