EOCO in a statement issued on Tuesday, April 18, 2013, directed all vehicle dealers and persons in possession of these stolen vehicles to hand them over to the office of EOCO before May 31, 2023 or face the law.
EOCO publish list and VIN of 95 stolen luxury vehicles from US in Ghana [See]
The Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) has placed an embargo on 95 luxury vehicles, suspected to have been stolen and smuggled into Ghana.
The statement instructed that persons in possession of these blacklisted vehicles should report to EOCO’s office with all the necessary documentation.
After May 31, 2023, EOCO said it would take steps to confiscate the vehicles in accordance with the law if the persons in possession of the vehicles failed to respond to the directive.
EOCO opined in its statement that the vehicles were frozen by the Executive Director of EOCO, Commissioner of Police Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah and confirmed by the High Court in pursuant to section 33 of the EOCO Act, 2010 (Act 804).
Already, EOCO has identified the vehicles and the addresses of those in possession of the vehicles.
The luxury vehicles include BMW X7 and X5, Jeep Wrangler, Mercedes Benz S-class, Mercedes Benz GLE, Mercedes Benz G, Audi SS, Range Rover LNDR, Jonder Odyssey, Benz 5350, Honda Accord, Lexus RX, Ford Explorer, Honda Pilot and Acura RDX.
The luxury vehicles retrieved included BMW X7 and X5, Jeep Wrangler, Mercedes Benz S-class, Mercedes Benz GLE, Mercedes Benz G, Audi SS, Range Rover LNDR, Jonder Odyssey, Benz 5350, Honda Accord, Lexus RX, Ford Explorer, Honda Pilot and Acura RDX.
In February EOCO secured a court order authorising the seizure of vehicles suspected of being stolen and smuggled into Ghana.
The court order was also to restrain anyone from disposing of the vehicles.
Below is list of the wanted vehicles with their modules and VIN
JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!
Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or: