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Duval County Sheriff's Office Finds Two Stolen Vehicles in San Diego

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SAN DIEGO (Kiii News) -

The Duval County Sheriff's Office said they believe they recovered two stolen vehicles in San Diego's city limits, and they think the cars have been there for some time.

The confirmed that the first vehicle, a 2005 or 2006 Chrysler 300, was stolen out of Houston. The second vehicle, a 1970 Ford Mustang, has not yet been confirmed stolen, but the Sheriff's Office believes that will be the case. They say all signs point to the vehicle being stolen.

"We seized it because it had been altered," Duval County Sheriff Romeo Ramirez said. "The VIN numbers on the vehicle -- it's a later model Mustang, a 70', if I'm correct -- and it has been altered. The VIN numbers have been altered. Fenders have been changed. I believe the motor is not even the proper motor that belongs in that car."

Sheriff Ramirez said he is sure there will be some arrests in the future, and that there may be some other stolen vehicles that are still out there. Their investigation will continue.

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