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Yes he can call police and report it stolen, and apparently they take it very seriously when a bailiff makes the report.


Strangely enough I have known a driver to be arrested for stealing his own car. It was taken in levy, sold at auction and the original owrner went round to the new registered keepers address (from DVLA) and took the car back.


The result was a claim against police for vexatious arrest because the car was financed and both the bailiff and police failed to make the check and disregarded a bill of sale document when presented by the original owner. Police paid compensation £150 for the arrest, but his DNA remained on the national database and lawyers on both sides are still negotiating.


If a wheelclamp is removed and damage is caused to it, then technically this commits an offence under Section 1 of the Criminal Damage Act 1971 http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1971/48 but the CPS only bring the case if a damaged wheel clamp is available in evidence.

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Fork-it,whilst its acknowledged that there will be cases which you describe,I dont think this is happening on a big scale.the Cag cant be seen to condoning nor encouraging the practice of removing wheel clamps,nor specific information as to the best ways to do this.

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He removed the methodology how to safely remove the 'London Triangle' wheelclamp from a vehicle from the post. Its fair to say the text was copied from another post elsewhere on this forum - with photographs and surprisingly, its still there.

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