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£200,000 Bentley Muslane stolen in London is found 5,000 miles away in Pakistan after being tracked down

A £200,000 Bentley Muslane stolen in London is found parked outside a house in Pakistan 5,000 miles away after being pursued by a vehicle tracker

  • Bentley Mulsanne V8 Automatic worth £200,000 found in Karachi, Pakistan
  • Luxury car was allegedly stolen in London, 5,000 miles from where it was found
  • It was recovered by customs officials who could not find its keys
  • The tip to find the car came from a “friendly nation”, allegedly British intelligence

A £200,000 luxury Bentley allegedly stolen in London has been found five thousand miles away in Pakistan after being tracked with a vehicle tracking device.

The Bentley Mulsanne V8 Automatic was seized by customs officers after a tip came from a “friendly nation,” the agency said, with local media suggesting British intelligence had helped.

Customs officials confiscated the car outside a house in the Defense Housing Authority (DHA), an affluent neighborhood in Karachi, Pakistan’s largest city.

Video shows agents having to wheel the car onto a recovery vehicle because they reportedly couldn’t find his keys.

Officers had to wheel the car onto a recovery vehicle because they couldn't find the keys

Officers had to wheel the car onto a recovery vehicle because they couldn’t find the keys

The sedan-style car had been parked in an affluent residential area and intelligence agencies helped customs agents locate it by providing its unique tracking code

The sedan-style car had been parked in an affluent residential area and intelligence agencies helped customs agents locate it by providing its unique tracking code

The sedan-like car had been parked in an affluent residential area and foreign intelligence agencies helped customs officials locate it by providing its unique tracking code.

Officers saw that the car was fitted with a Pakistani license plate, but after checking the VIN and VIN, found that it matched the ID on the stolen car.

The man who owned the vehicle admitted he knew it was stolen, reports Pakistan’s GEO TV.

The seller “took all responsibility to delete the necessary documentation from the concerned authorities,” according to the news website.

The website also reported that it was British intelligence who alerted Pakistani authorities to the whereabouts of the car.

It was taken away by officers, and a picture posted on the Karachi Alerts Twitter page showed the expensive vehicle being driven away.

It was taken away by officers, and a picture posted on the Karachi Alerts Twitter page showed the expensive vehicle being driven away

It was taken away by officers, and a picture posted on the Karachi Alerts Twitter page showed the expensive vehicle being driven away

Usama Qureshy, who is from Karachi, posted a video of customs officials pushing the car back and forth to get it onto the recovery vehicle.

He said in the caption that the car was found in the city’s upscale DHA region.

DHA is a residential community that was originally set up to house ex-Pakistan Armed Forces members, but now houses mostly civilians.

Pakistan’s Defense Officers Housing Authority says the suburb “serves as a benchmark for delivering an unprecedented standard of living in Pakistan.”

A statement released by the investigating agency says that “credible information” was obtained from a “national authority of a friendly country” that the car was stolen from London.

It further added that the “friendly country’s” intelligence services pinpointed the exact address of the stolen car as 15-B, South 10th Street, Defense Housing Authority, Karachi.

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Emma Colton

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