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Reporting stolen and recovered vehicles - 75 Pa. Cons. Stat. § 7113

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     § 7113.  Reporting stolen and recovered vehicles.
        (a)  Stolen vehicle.--Every police department or police
     office, having knowledge of a stolen vehicle, shall immediately
     furnish the State Police with full information about the stolen
     vehicle. The State Police shall forward the stolen vehicle
     information to the department.
        (b)  Recovered stolen vehicle.--Within 48 hours of the
     recovery or receiving notice of recovery of a stolen vehicle by
     the department to which the theft was originally reported, the
     police shall notify the owner of the vehicle. If the vehicle was
     recovered by a department other than the department to which the
     theft was originally reported, the department that recovered the
     vehicle shall promptly notify the department to which the theft
     was originally reported, which department in turn shall notify
     the owner. If the vehicle was recovered without their knowledge,
     the owner shall notify the same police department to which the
     theft was originally reported. On recovering or receiving and
     verifying the report of recovery of a stolen vehicle, the police
     shall notify the State Police. The State Police shall notify the
     department of the recovery.
     (June 25, 1987, P.L.30, No.13, eff. 60 days)

        1987 Amendment.  Act 13 amended subsec. (b).
        Cross References.  Section 7113 is referred to in section
     7114 of this title.
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