A Honda CRV believed to have been stolen in our country turned up on Friday at a border post between Belarus and Lithuania. The car, which still had a Belgian license plate, was driven by a 31-year-old man from Belarus.
Various Lithuanian media reports about the discovery. A Honda with a Belgian license plate attempted to drive from Belarus to Lithuania through the Medenko border post. When checking the documents, the border guards of the Vilvius region concluded that the Belgian authorities had been looking for the car since August last year.
The 31-year-old Belarusian driver was questioned, but released. The Vilnius Prosecutor’s Office has launched an investigation into possible possession or sale of criminally obtained property. This offense is punishable by a minimum fine and four years as a maximum. The Honda CRV is temporarily kept at the border station in Vilnius.
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