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Police probe theft of engines worth £3m from JLR’s Solihull plant

Jaguar Land Rover has offered a reward after engines reportedly worth ?3 million were stolen from one of its factories. The car maker said it was working with West Midlands Police to investigate the theft but declined to comment on reports that a stolen lorry was twice allowed to drive into and out of its 300-acre plant in Solihull. The Birmingham Mail said the truck was hooked up to trailers containing engines, which are thought to have been unloaded in the Coventry area.

JLR’s plant in Lode Lane, Solihull, which produces Discovery and Range Rover models, is the firm’s largest manufacturing facility.

A JLR spokesman said:

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