Sharing positive results that NaVCIS have achieved both independently and whilst working with partner agencies. Here are the success stories from October.

Four vehicles recovered in Bedfordshire
Estimated value: £75,000

While supporting an operation with Bedfordshire Police, NaVCIS officers discovered and identified 4 stolen vehicles including this Rollerteam motorhome, stolen in 2021 and worth an estimated £46,000.


Investigation in Essex uncovers stolen rural vehicles
Estimated value: £28,000

NaVCIS officers attended a property with Met Police where three stolen vehicles were located. These included a 2014 John Deere Gator and a 2015 Ford Transit minibus, both stolen from Essex. The third vehicle, a 2014 Ford Transit tipper, was stolen from London.

Enquiries by NaVCIS officers leads to three arrests
Estimated value: £50,000

NaVCIS were involved in arrest attempts with Bedforshire Police and their specalist vehicle examiner. As a result of enquiries, two Transit vans, two bowsers and three trailers were recovered along with a number of other vehicle parts.

Two motorhomes recovered on same day they were stolen
Estimated value: £110,000

Quick work by NaVCIS officers and partner agencies led to the recovery of two motorhomes stolen earlier the same day. The vehicles, which had been stolen from the Cambridgeshire region, were tracked and located hidden under trees behind a warehouse unit.

Three arrests made after motorhome recovery
Estimated value: £49,000

When local enquiries failed to locate a Swift Select motorhome stolen from St Ives, NaVCIS stepped in to help. The vehicle was located and a drone flyover revealed three people working on the motorhome which had already had false plates fitted.