A driver tested the vigilance of the police. He tried to leave the country with a car removed from circulation


The border police officers from the Sculeni Border Crossing Point are conducting investigations regarding a man with citizenship of the Republic of Moldova, who tried to get out of Romania at the wheel of a car deregistered from traffic.

On November 18, at the Sculeni Border Crossing Point / ITPF Iaşi, a 41-year-old citizen of the Republic of Moldova, at the wheel of a car with numbers, showed up for the control formalities to leave the country. specific registration of Lithuania.

He tested the vigilance of border guards at the wheel of a car that had been removed from traffic

“At the border control, there were suspicions regarding the registration status of the vehicle in question, our colleagues carried out additional checks, following which they found that it was removed from circulation by the Lithuanian authorities on 15.11. 2021 ”, is shown in the press release issued by the Border Police.

In this case, the border police officers carry out investigations under the aspect of committing the offenses of putting into circulation or driving on public roads an unregistered vehicle, at the end of which the necessary legal measures will be ordered.


Source: Promotor by www.promotor.ro.

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