The Bauchi State Police Command has warned against the use of tinted glasses and covered number plates by unauthorized vehicles in the state.

The Command said that it has observed that the practice is now on the increase in the state, pointing out that it poses a great risk to public safety and order.

Spokesman of the Command, Ahmed Wakil, gave the directive in a statement made available to journalists on Saturday.

He said that the use of tinted glasses and covering of number plates makes it difficult for security agencies to identify vehicles used in criminal activities.

Wakil, a Superintendent of Police, called on all unauthorized users to desist from the practice, warning that the Command would begin clamping down on defaulters.

He equally called for cooperation from the public to ensure enforcement of the law, assuring of the commitment of the Bauchi State Police Command to clamp down on offenders and maintain a secure environment for all residents.

Bauchi: Police ban covered vehicle plate numbers, tinted glasses

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