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Old 07-07-2007, 06:24 PM
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I had a phone call today that fit the description of my stolen boat. They got the license plate number from the tow vehicle. I need to know the best way to reverse search the plate number for an address. I searched the net but I can't tell if they are scams or what. God I hope this is a good lead. Thanks guys the plate number is PAP40 it is a Florida tag.

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Did this the other day. If you have a friend in Law Enforcement, you will have an answer pretty quick. If not, call the agency you made the report with -- they should be motivated enough to run the check.
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try: http://www.pdjservices.com/
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I would recommend turning this over to your investigator and let him deal with it. Law Enforcement officers cannot arbitrarily search license plate numbers. Let the pros deal with it.

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your missing a number or letter somewhere, should be 6 units, unless it's a vanity tag...
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I would recommend turning this over to your investigator and let him deal with it. Law Enforcement officers cannot arbitrarily search license plate numbers. Let the pros deal with it.

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I know this is a good idea, I jsut wanted to be able to do a drive by and see for myself to be sure that the boat was mine. Just didn't want to waste anyones time. Thanks
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your missing a number or letter somewhere, should be 6 units, unless it's a vanity tag...
I was wondering about that too. I need to call and verify this number again.
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