Cloned Range Rover from Banbury recovered after driver 'ran out of talent and binned it'

A cloned Range Rover from Banbury has been recovered after the driver 'ran out of talent', according to police.

By News Reporter
Friday, 8th July 2022, 2:57 pm
Updated Friday, 8th July 2022, 5:45 pm
A cloned Range Ranger from Banbury has been recovered after the driver 'ran out of talent', according to police.
A cloned Range Ranger from Banbury has been recovered after the driver 'ran out of talent', according to police.

The vehicle was tracked from Banbury and failed to stop for police on the A34 near Milton.

But the driver eventually gave up. Thames Valley Police said: "(The) driver ran out of talent and binned it. No injuries, one in custody for driving offences and theft of motor vehicle."

In a separate case, a stolen Mercedes was stopped in Brackley.

A stolen Mercedes was stopped in Brackley. A large quantity of suspected class A was recovered.

A large quantity of suspected class A was recovered.