A stolen Range Rover has been recovered by police officers after they were alerted to "suspicious activity" in Hemel Hempstead.

The vehicle had been taken from a driveway in Abbots Langley yesterday evening (Sunday, July 9), but the owner had not realised that it was missing.

Following this, Hertfordshire police were called at 11.15pm regarding "suspicious behaviour" - involving a Range Rover - in Apsley.


Officers contacted the vehicle's registered owner, who was still unaware that it had been stolen, and recovered the vehicle.

No arrests were made.

A spokesperson for Hertfordshire Constabulary said: "This is one of two Range Rovers that have been stolen and quickly recovered this week by police.


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"If you own a high value or high performance vehicle, please consider additional security on your vehicle to prevent them being vulnerable to keyless thefts.

"Please continue to report any suspicious behaviour to Police accordingly on either 101 or 999 if you believe a crime is in progress."