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Limo Company Targeted In Revenge Knife Attack

Posted on September 7, 2016

Courtesy of Public Domain Pictures (George Hodan)
Courtesy of Public Domain Pictures (George Hodan)
The owner of a limousine company whose vehicles were gouged with a knife in a revenge attack says he could be forced out of business as a result of the incident.

Darren Preater returned from his holiday to find that more than £10,000 ($13,327) worth of damage had been caused to a Lincoln stretch limo, a Mercedes, and a vintage Daimler wedding car.

Daily Post article here

Related Topics: British limousine companies, criminal incidents, law enforcement, security, United Kingdom, vehicle security, vintage vehicles

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