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EOCO freezes 95 luxurious cars; directs owners to report before May 3

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The Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) has announced that it has seized 95 luxurious cars.

The office expects dealerships in possession of the vehicles to present them before May 3.

Owners of these vehicles must report to the EOCO offices with the needed documents nor risk them being totally confiscated in accordance with the law.

The Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) is in the lookout for some 95 luxurious stolen cars from outside the country which have ended up in Ghana.

According to EOCO, though the vehicles have been frozen by a High Court order, they are still in possession of some car dealers and individuals.

“Pursuant to Section 33 of the Economic and Organised Crime (EOCO) Act, 2010 (Act 804), it is announced for the information of the general public that the under listed vehicles have been frozen by the Executive Director of EOCO and confirmed by the High Court,” EOCO said in a statement released Tuesday April 18, 2023.

“Anybody who is in possession of any of the vehicles is hereby requested to report with the said vehicles and all necessary documents to EOCO not later than May 3, 2023.”

The antigraft institution warned that it might be compelled to take action to consficate the vehicles in accordance with the law on the aforementioned deadline if the individuals failed to hand them over to the organisation.

The vehicles include Mercedes Benz, Porsches, Toyota, Range Rover, Cadillac, Audi, Jeep, Dodge among others.

Find list of the cars in possession of EOCO attached:

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