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Nissan parts found stashed in Jackson trailer

Officers were called there after a trailer full of Nissan parts, were found stashed in an 18-wheeler trailer. Officers were called there after a trailer full of Nissan parts, were found stashed in an 18-wheeler trailer.
Three hundred alternators, 14 fog lamps, radiators, generators and other car parts were discovered. Three hundred alternators, 14 fog lamps, radiators, generators and other car parts were discovered.
Jackson auto burglary detectives escorted the trailer to the city impound lot. Jackson auto burglary detectives escorted the trailer to the city impound lot.
JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

Jackson Police made a surprising find behind the Jackson Enterprise Center Tuesday afternoon. Officers were called there after a trailer full of Nissan parts, were found stashed in an 18-wheeler trailer.

Three hundred alternators, 14 fog lamps, radiators, generators and other car parts were discovered by a man, who says someone dumped them inside his personal trailer.

A Nissan investigator was called out to the scene. He says the company is trying to determine if the parts belong to them, and where they came from. It's possible they were taken from a supplier.

Jackson auto burglary detectives escorted the trailer to the city impound lot. The man who found the parts is being taken in for questioning.

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