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(303) 537-3470

Please contact your local law enforcement agencyto report any stolen or the misuse of license plates and placards. If you have erroneously received a bill from any toll highway you will need to contact theExpress Toll Service Center at (303) 537-3470 or,(888) 946-3470, you can also fax them at (303) 537-3404.

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Lost or Stolen License Plate / Permit Affidavit C.R.S. 42-3-205 DR 2283 (10/30/14) COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Division of Motor Vehicles Registration Section

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Lost or stolen placards will be re-issued to the original applicant only, with the same expiration date as the original placard. Bring verifiable identification of the person with a disability or a Power of Attorney (Durable, Medical, or General) for the appointed agent to one of Denver's DMV branch offices (Denver residents only).; For damaged placards, bring your old placard (prior to

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Report a Crime Online Welcome to the online crime reporting portal. If you have been a victim of certain crimes and the details of your event meet certain criteria, this portal will allow you to self-report the incident. Not all crimes are able to be reported online. To use this system, the following must apply:

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303-761-7410

Theft from Motor Vehicle - If reporting a STOLEN LICENSE PLATE OR MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT, please contact our non-emergency Dispatch at 303-761-7410 as this will expedite the entry of the plate into the nationwide database. Traffic Issue; Vacation Watch

1. Complete and sign a Form DR2283 affidavit indicating that your license plates were stolen.
2. Denver county residents should submit the completed form to one of our DMV branch office locations to perform the cancellation of plates.
3. Denver county residents must contact the Denver Police Department to report the plates as stolen.

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(303) 660-7500

STOLEN, MISSING, OR LOST LICENSE PLATES CANNOT BE REPORTED ONLINE. Please call dispatch at (303) 660-7500. Report Missing or Lost Property Theft Use this form if someone intentionally stole an item (s) that belongs to you or to your company with the intent to never return it and the value of the item (s) is less than $20,000.00.

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Using the Aurora Police Online Reporting System you can report the following incidents listed below (please choose one). This system allows you to file a non-emergency police report in cases where there is no suspect information and no immediate danger to persons or property, such as a vehicle break-in that happened overnight.

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(970) 350-9600

This form should not be used for motor vehicle accidents instead go to Colorado State online traffic accident reporting portal. If your crime is not listed, contact the Greeley / Weld County Regional Communications center at (970) 350-9600. Otherwise, please complete this form as accurately and completely as possible.

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Submit a copy of the police report, if required by the state DMV. Surrender the mutilated or damaged DMV license plate. Provide proof of identity, if necessary. Provide proof of residential address, if different from the one on file with

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Welcome to the El Paso County Sheriff's Office Citizens Online Reporting System for El Paso County Colorado. If this is an Emergency please call 911. Using this online citizen police report system allows you to submit a report immediately and print a copy of the case report for free.

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303-980-7300

To report a lost or stolen license plate, contact dispatch at 303-980-7300 or file the report in person with our Front Desk. If the crime did not occur in Lakewood, please contact the local law enforcement agency where the incident occurred.

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If your license plates have been lost, stolen, or damaged, apply for replacements in person at your Colorado county DMV branch. NOTE: If your license plates were stolen, you must file a police report first. You'll need to submit the following to the CO DMV: The Lost or Stolen License Plate/Permit Affidavit (Form DR 2283).

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1. Immediately report the license plate theft to the local police department. I called 911 and they put me in touch with the right department. CAUTION: Don't drive your car until you report the theft and an officer arrives to write the official report.
2. Obtain a police report from the visiting officer. The officer that arrived on site gave me his business card and listed the Police report number on the front, see picture below.
3. Report the stolen plate to your DMV office. You may also be able to do what I did. Since I was out of state I contacted Lexus of North Hills, my car dealer in Pittsburgh, and they had all of the information needed to report the plate stolen and to issue me a new license plate.
4. Obtain a temporary tag or a new plate from the state as soon as possible. (*See following comments)
5. If this happens at a hotel or resort negotiate a price reduction for the inconvenience you experienced while at their establishment. Management agreed to take $55 off my bill for the extra cost associated with procuring a new plate and having it sent overnight and the overall inconvenience this caused.
6. Secure your new plate with the options mentioned on the Prevention page and pictured in the Photo Gallery.

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Welcome to License Plate Reports. We encourage you to report anybody that may have violated traffic law. Here you can voice your opinions about other drivers that you see on the road today. Driving should feel safe. If every driver on the road today followed the traffic laws there would be no need for this site, and you would not be here to

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If you are sure that someone has stolen your plates, you must fill out an Lost or Stolen License Plate/Permit Affidavit (Form DR 2283) and take it to your Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) county registration office, along with your driver's license and vehicle registration card.

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How do you find out if a license plate is stolen??

If you find the proof of insurance card for your stolen vehicle, you can locate the license plate number in the vehicle’s registration section. Look for your car’s registration documents, and get the title or the registration card issued by your state’s motor vehicle agency or registry.

How do I report a stolen vehicle license plate??

To report a lost or stolen plates to police:

  • Complete and sign a Form DR2283 affidavit indicating that your license plates were stolen. ...
  • Denver county residents should submit the completed form to one of our DMV branch office locations to perform the cancellation of plates.
  • Denver county residents must contact the Denver Police Department to report the plates as stolen.

What to do if your license plate is stolen??

Police Report. Go to your local police station and fill out an MV-78B, also known as a "Report of Lost, Stolen or Confiscated Motor Vehicle Items.". This is necessary if your plates were lost or stolen and the registration on the vehicle is not expired.

How do you get a stolen license plate??

If your plates were stolen, you must apply in person at a DMV office and obtain a new plate number. Please bring any remaining plate. You must complete the Lost, Stolen or Mutilated License Plate Affidavit. You must obtain new plates in person at a DMV Office.

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