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    The Cyberabad police in Hyderabad are set to auction off 462 unclaimed vehicles of various types. These abandoned vehicles will be pooled at the Moinabad police station grounds for the auction.

    If any individual has an objection or ownership/hypothecation interest in any of these vehicles, they may file an application before the police station SHO concerned at the Cyberabad Commissionerate and claim the vehicle within six months. If no one claims the vehicles within this period, they will be auctioned off.

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    The particulars of the vehicles are available with N Vishnu, MTO-2, Reserve Inspector of Police, Cyberabad. Interested parties may contact him at +91-9490617317. The information is also available on the official website of the Cyberabad Police at www.cyberabadpolice.gov.in.

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