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Stolen and recovered

IT has been an unexpectedly eventful lockdown for Range Rover Sport owner David and his wife Natalya, who live in a leafy London suburb.

“Like most of the rest of the country, we were watching Boris’ speech on Sunday evening when suddenly it was interrupted by the phone ringing,” David tells me, during a socially-distanced meeting in mutual friend Krisztina’s new flat. “It was a lady phoning from Land Rover, because they have some kind of tracking system, which alerts them if a vehicle moves unusually far away from its key. She said: ‘Your car has had an

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