New Zealand Woman Faces Charges for Stolen Avis Rental Vehicle

According to Stuff.co.nz, a woman was found on Aug. 2 with a stolen rental car from Wellington Airport. She will appear in Masterton District Court in New Zealand next week.

A man had posed as a car rental worker on July 13 at the airport when he took the keys of a 2012 SV6 Holden Commodore that was returned by a judge. Instead of returning the rental to Avis, the man drove the vehicle to Masterton and left it with a 24-year-old woman.

The woman was arrested, but an investigation is still underway to find the man who is believed to have taken the car from the airport.

View the full article from Stuff.co.nz by clicking the URL:

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/7412732/The-crim-who-stole-a-judges-hire-car

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