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Check city website to verify whether a vehicle is stolen

By June Watanabe

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 27, 2014

~~<p><strong>QUESTION</strong>: A Honolulu Star-Advertiser story reported that a potential buyer called police to learn whether a vehicle was stolen. Do police actually offer this service? With Craigslist so popular nowadays, it would be helpful to get any information about a car before purchase.</p>
<p><strong>ANSWER</strong>: Instead of calling police, the Honolulu Police Department said anyone can find out whether a car is stolen by going to the city's Hawaii Motor Vehicle Inquiry website: <a href="http://www4.honolulu.gov/mvrtitleinq/vueVehicleInquiry.asp" target="_blank">www4.honolulu.gov/mvrtitleinq/vueVehicleInquiry.asp</a>.</p>
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QUESTION: A Honolulu Star-Advertiser story reported that a potential buyer called police to learn whether a vehicle was stolen. Do police actually offer this service? With Craigslist so popular nowadays, it would be helpful to get any information about a car before purchase.

ANSWER: Instead of calling police, the Honolulu Police Department said anyone can find out whether a car is stolen by going to the city's Hawaii Motor Vehicle Inquiry website: www4.honolulu.gov/mvrtitleinq/vueVehicleInquiry.asp. Login for more...



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