Officials have failed to return Toyota LandCruisers and Mitsubishi Pajeros, but 40 Maseratis and Bentleys have been handed back

Papua New Guinea police are seeking the return of nearly 300 imported cars loaned to officials for driving world leaders around its capital during last year’s Asia-Pacific Economic Corporation meeting, a commander said on Tuesday.

Two hundred and eighty-four cars have yet to be returned to the government’s State Asset Recovery Unit, including Toyota LandCruisers, Fords, Mazdas and Mitsubishi Pajeros. However, all the luxury Maseratis and Bentleys, which were purchased controversially ahead of the summit, have been tracked down and recovered, authorities said.

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