Stolen vehicle found in north east part of Warwick

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A VEHICLE allegedly stolen in Warwick on Friday night has been recovered.

Sergeant Shane Reid, of Warwick police, said the vehicle had been reported stolen from a Percy St residence on Friday night.

"It was located on the street on the north east side of Warwick at 11pm Saturday after assistance from members of the community," he said.

Police investigations are continuing.

Sergeant Reid said there was evidence that the Mitsubishi Triton utility had been used but police found the vehicle without any damage for the period it was stolen.

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