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Chicago police arrested the owner of a tow yard for possessing stolen cars.

This happened at 64th and Bell in the West Englewood neighborhood, Thursday morning.

Police seized about 85 vehicles and thousands of dollars in auto parts.

They included a corvette with no wheels and several high-end SUV’s.

Investigators arrested the lot owner after he couldn’t provide any titles.

Ten vehicles have been confirmed to be stolen, as well as parts to cars and construction equipment.

Police say a GPS aboard one of the stolen cars led them to the lot.

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  • Regina Hall

    This happened with my son several years ago when he fell behind on his car note. I paid his car off and the tow company still towed it as he was on the repo list, I had to report the car stolen. We never got the car back all I have is a title and left us AOL. Neither the tow company or the financ company admitted fault. I only had a TOW BUMP showing the car was towed from my home.

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