ROSWELL, Ga. — A Roswell woman called police Oct. 3 when she became suspicious after her license plate never arrived in the mail.

The woman’s temporary license plate for her new car expired Sept. 30, and the permanent plate had never arrived in the mail.

When the woman spoke with the DMV, a representative told her to file a police report in order to be issued a new license plate.  

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