Limitations of the data
Stolen vehicle information listed here is a snapshot of data taken from the Police vehicle of interest database. Police are unable to guarantee the accuracy of this information. For example, there can be a delay in stolen vehicles appearing and in recovered vehicles being cleared from the list. Some vehicles listed as stolen may have been located but Police haven’t been advised.
Stolen vehicle information from these lists should not be relied upon exclusively when assessing whether or not a vehicle might have been stolen. Suggestions for steps prospective purchasers could take to check whether a vehicle is stolen are available from organisations such as Consumer Affairs and Neighbourhood Support. This data does not include lost or stolen registration plates.
What if you know the location of a stolen vehicle?
If you know the location of a stolen vehicle, always think about your own safety and the safety of others. Do NOT pursue a vehicle you believe may be stolen. If the vehicle is being driven or you believe the driver or the vehicle occupants are still nearby, then please call 111 and ask for Police.
If the vehicle appears to be abandoned then please advise Police of its location by contacting your local police station.If you want to provide information anonymously about this vehicle contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111
Persons reporting stolen vehicles
Note that when you report a vehicle as stolen to Police its details will be published on this and on other publicly available registers.