Home » Luxury £200,000 Bentley Muslane that was ‘stolen in London’ found 5,000 miles away in PAKISTAN using car tracker
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A LUXURY £200,000 Bentley Muslane that was allegedly stolen in London was bizarrely found 5,000 miles away in PAKISTAN.

The plush motor is said to have been pinched in the capital before being smuggled over to the country in South Asia.

The £200,000 Muslane was reportedly nicked in London before it was found 5,000 miles away in Pakistan

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The £200,000 Muslane was reportedly nicked in London before it was found 5,000 miles away in PakistanCredit: Twitter
Customs agents reportedly had to push the stolen Bentley onto a recovery vehicle as they could not find its keys

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Customs agents reportedly had to push the stolen Bentley onto a recovery vehicle as they could not find its keysCredit: TWITTER

The heist was only uncovered by Customs Enforcement agents when they received a tip-off from a “friendly nation”, officials said.

Local media suggested British intelligence helped locate the Bentley after pinpointing its position with its built-in tracking system.

After providing its unique tracking code, they are said to have aided Customs agents in the hunt for the £200,000 car.

The upscale Mulsane, which The Queen previously used as her personal car with Prince Philip, was then found in a swanky neighbourhood in the city of Karachi.

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Customs agents seized the motor from outside a house in Defence Housing Authority (DHA) on Saturday.

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But the drama seemed to continue when they finally recovered the Bentley – as the team were reportedly unable to find its keys.

They were forced to push the pricey car, which had been fitted with a Pakistani number plate, onto a recovery vehicle.

After verifying the VIN and chassis number on the limousine-style motor, agents confirmed it matched the ID of the car stolen from London.

According to GEO TV, the bloke in possession of the Bentley confessed to cops that he knew it was stolen.

The man was reportedly unable to provide any legitimate documentation for the luxury motor.

The Muslane was later taken away by police, while the man and another person who sold it to him were reportedly arrested.

The case has been registered under relevant laws of the Customs Act of 1969.

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A statement released by investigators explained they had received “credible information” from a “national agency of a friendly country”.

They said they were informed the sedan had been stolen in London before they were provided the exact address to search in Karachi.

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