'Fake' Vehicle -- M.O. for Transporting Contraband?

Authorities warn of some unsavory vehicles taking to the streets.

'Fake' Vehicle -- M.O. for Transporting Contraband?

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Cloned Cars
The Harlingen, Texas, Department of Public Safety stopped a cloned U.S. Postal Service minivan. The stopped vehicle, which had been spotted before by a postal carrier, lacked the red, white and blue stripes down its side, a mirror mounted on the top rear left side of the vehicle and the clearly visible cage in the back. It also had a rear-facing eagle on its doors while, on valid minvans, the eagle faces forward. Also, the cloned vehicle's decal read "United State Post Office." Real postal minivans read "United States Postal Service" or www.usps.com. (FDLE)
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