According to the Khaleej Times, Dubai residents who've had their luxury cars confiscated as stolen vehicles have found (bought?) a champion in the U.A.E.'s Attorney General. He's ordered the police to return the cars to their most recent (if not rightful) owners. The police are declining, saying they'll continue to hold the vehicles as part of an ongoing Interpol investigation. (Stay with me here.) This is the second time the cars have been confiscated, after the Public Prosecutor ordered the police to return the more-than-slightly-warm vehicles to their Dubai guardians in December. Don't expect any of these machinations to have a significant effect on Europe-to-Dubai high-end automotive thievery.
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