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CALL TO CHECK ON MOTOR VEHICLE PAPERWORK

July 9, 2003 — The V.I. Police Department is experiencing technical difficulty with the computing system at the motor vehicle bureau, said a release signed by deputy Police Chief Elvin R. Fahie Sr.
For those of the motoring public who had visited the bureau to have vehicles processed and who received numbers, paperwork may be completed.
However, rather than coming in, please call 774-5765. The attendant will need the color of the number and the number that is held in order to let motorist know if the papers are completed. If so, further instructions will be given.

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