South Australian police have arrested and charged seven people for their involvement in the theft and sale of A$2 million ($2.05 million) worth of engines and parts from GM Holden’s Elizabeth assembly plant. Detectives from state police’s Organized Crime Investigation Branch began their inquiries in January after a police search of a premises 5 miles (8 km) from the plant found two Holden V-8 engines still in their shipping crates. An audit by GM Holden found 140 V-8 ...

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