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Note: To report a suspicious vehicle parked in your neighborhood (for example, a vehicle you suspect to have been stolen), call the Police Non-Emergency Line at 503-823-3333.
Contact the police Report the theft to the police as soon as possible. This gives you the best chance of finding your vehicle. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, or NICB, 35% of stolen vehicles are recovered the day they were stolen, and 45% are found within two days.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Detroit Police Department at \u202a313-596-2260, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-Speak Up.
NICB's VINCheck is a free service provided to the public to assist in determining if a vehicle has been reported as stolen, but not recovered, or has been reported as a salvage vehicle by cooperating NICB member insurance companies. To perform a search, a vehicle identification number (VIN) is required.
If your car gets stolen, the initial thing you should do is contact law enforcement and submit a stolen vehicle report. Insurance companies won't accept an auto theft claim until you file a complaint with the police. Be ready to provide all the details about the stolen car.
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Call the police. If you're certain that your car has been stolen, alert the police straight away. Make sure you know your vehicle's registration, make, model, and colour. You'll then be given a crime reference number, which you will need when you inform your insurance company.
Contact your local law enforcement agency and submit a request to replace your stickers or registration. Report stolen vehicles. Contact law enforcement and your insurer. If no insurance, complete and submit a Stolen Vehicle Notification within 60 days of the theft.
Call us at 1-800-TELL-CHP (1-800-835-5247) for non-emergency purposes, like accident reports, tow questions, CHP office locations, vehicle theft tips, community outreach programs. CHP has personnel that answers the 1-800-TELL-CHP telephone number 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
NICB's VINCheck is a free service provided to the public to assist in determining if a vehicle has been reported as stolen, but not recovered, or has been reported as a salvage vehicle by cooperating NICB member insurance companies. To perform a search, a vehicle identification number (VIN) is required.
VEHICLE RECOVERIES Of the vehicles stolen statewide, 96.0 percent of the automobiles, 93.6 percent of the personal trucks and SUVs, 81.4 percent of the commercial trucks, and 57.1 percent of the motorcycles were recovered.

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