Stolen license plate drivers receive new plates

Created: 04/15/2014 7:23 PM WHEC.com

Dozens of drivers whose license plates were stolen off their vehicles are back on the road. The DMV extended office hours Tuesday at the Chili Town Hall to make sure those drivers received new plates, free of charge.

Police say plates were stolen off of about a hundred cars overnight on Sunday. 

News10NBC spoke with one of the drivers Tuesday.

Mike Pazdyk said, “I'm going to buy a new set of those license plate locks that are tamper proof, so it doesn't happen again.”

Drivers had to bring their police reports along with other documents to receive the new plates.

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