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White Daihatsu Terios left abandoned on Dover Street, Canterbury, for nearly three days

By KentOnline reporter

A battered white Daihatsu has been abandoned in Canterbury's Dover Street.

The Y-reg Terios appeared on Friday night and is still sitting half on the pavement today (Monday).

It is facing the wrong way down the one-way street, has a damaged bonnet and smashed out back window.

A battered white Daihatsu Terios was abandoned on Dover Street in Canterbury.

Police say they were made aware of the vehicle at 8.45pm on Friday.

They do not have any information about the whether the Daihatsu was stolen or had been involved in any crime.

Sophie Tupman, a bar worker at Oaten Hill's Old City Bar, said dozens of customers had commented on it.

The 23-year-old said: "It's an absolute shed and it's just been sitting there all weekend, but no one seems to know how it got there.

A Specsavers' brochure was placed under the windscreen wipers of the Daihatsu left in Dover Street.

"It is funny that someone has stuck a Specsavers' brochure under one of the windscreen wipers, though."

Canterbury City Council says it has started the process to have the vehicle removed.

Spokesman Leo Whitlock said: "We have to put a notice on the car giving the owner time to contact us and claim ownership. If no-one gets in touch, it is then removed.

"However, because of the vehicle's condition and where it has been left, we are trying to expedite the process."

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