Infamous Landcruiser owner doesn't want it back

By Blair Thomson
Updated October 28 2015 - 2:02pm, first published 12:54pm
RELEIVED: Paul Rogers in a shed where his white Toyota Landcruiser was stolen. He says he has no ill feeling towards Gino and Mark Stocco. Picture: BLAIR THOMSON
RELEIVED: Paul Rogers in a shed where his white Toyota Landcruiser was stolen. He says he has no ill feeling towards Gino and Mark Stocco. Picture: BLAIR THOMSON

A FARMER whose stolen four-wheel-drive made national headlines after it was stolen by the Stoccos says he doesn’t want it back.

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