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Caravan and car thefts are a problem across the UK and the use of new technology could help recover more stolen vehicles. The Road Policing Unit at Leicester Police were out looking for a trailer that was reported stolen in the early hours of August 17.

The trailer was quickly located and returned to the owner within the hour, but the Police didn’t stop there.

Having recovered the trailer, officers noticed and recovered a stolen caravan.

Two stolen cars were also recovered, all from the same site.

Following the recovery of the trailer, the caravan and the vehicles, police remained on the scene.

This is when a car full of stolen catalytic converters returned to the scene.

Leicester Police posted the drone pictures and the details of the event on their social media.

Their tweet read: “An absolutely fantastic result tonight.

“A trailer was reported stolen and it was located and returned to the owner within the hour!!


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“Great teamwork by #DroneTeam @LeicsResponse @LPSpecialOps … but that was just the start of the great results!

“There was more to come!”

The tweet was met with overwhelmingly positive comments and praise for their innovative techniques to spot the stolen vehicles.

Leicester Roads Policing Unit published a follow-up tweet which read: “Having recovered the trailer, we then recovered two stolen cars and a stolen caravan!

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