An online tool that lets you easily search for a person or vehicle with a vehicle identification number (VIN) can be used to identify stolen cars.
(VIA: Harvey)TheHarvey tool is available on the VIN search engine.
It allows users to search for vehicles and vehicles that have been reported stolen or reported stolen vehicles.
Users can also search for the vehicle owner or driver, and even locate the vehicle by the VIC or VIN code.
(CBC)The tool is part of a new tool from the Alberta Ministry of Transportation that’s being rolled out across the province.
It’s a new way to help police find stolen vehicles and also provides a way to find the owners or drivers.
The tool lets users search for cars and vehicles by VIN or VIC code.
It also lets users see the owners and drivers of vehicles that are reported stolen.
“When a vehicle is reported stolen, we’ll contact the owner or the person who reported the vehicle,” said Cara Smith, a spokesperson for the Ministry of Transport.
“Once the vehicle is recovered, we will take it back to the appropriate police officer to get it returned to its rightful owner.”
She said the tool will be available to the public through a new mobile app.
The Harvey tool can be found on the search engine VIN.
The VIN is a unique number that is used to track a vehicle.
It’s also a tool to help the police identify a vehicle when a report is made about a vehicle that has been reported as stolen or stolen vehicles, Smith said.
Police will not be able to track stolen vehicles through the Harveys software.
The tool will only help them track vehicles reported stolen through a reporting system.
“We’re just going to be providing information to the police, and hopefully we’ll have a report from someone who is going to go to police and say, ‘Hey, I think there’s a vehicle here,'” Smith said about the tool.
“It doesn’t really track whether or not a vehicle was reported stolen.”