More than 100 stolen luxury cars have been intercepted at Algeciras Port in Andalucía, Southern Spain.
The Algeciras Port is commonly used by travelers crossing the Strait back to Africa.
101 luxury cars have been intercepted by the authorities in Algeciras since the start of the ‘Operación Returno’ on June 15 as thousands of Africans make their way home for the summer break.
The cars impounded have an estimated value of $8,000,000 and a total of 86 people have been arrested on charges of alleged illegal trade in vehicles.
A statement from the National Police says the port has been used in an attempt to send stolen luxury vehicles to Morocco. Among them are two Ferraris, a Porsche, and as many as 20 Volkswagen Golf.