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Expected consequences

By davebirch posted Jun 2 2007 at 8:52 AM

BBC NEWS | UK | Call for car number plate revamp

More than 40,000 sets of number plates were stolen in 2006, a rise of almost 25%, according to police estimates.

Police blame rules registering plate buyers and suppliers and make fake plates more difficult to get hold of.

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