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Update: Spokane police recover car stolen after woman's house burned

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SPOKANE, Wash. -

Update: Spokane Police have recovered a stolen car Wednesday evening. The car, a 1992 Honda Accord belong to a woman we first told you about on KHQ on Saturday night.

Rachel's Accord was stolen Thursday, just a few days after a fire rendered her apartment unlivable.

Police found the car Wednesday evening. KHQ's Peter Maxwell reporters two people were taken into custody.

 

Previous coverage:

A Spokane woman's luck has gone from bad to worse.

Rachel has been staying with her friend for the past three weeks and had nowhere else to go because the house she was renting caught fire and is no longer livable.

"I've lost a lot of stuff due to fire and fire damage. Including the home" Rachel said.

On Thursday Rachel's' 1992 light sea green Honda Accord was stolen and it was one of the few things she owned after the fire destroyed much of what she had. "I just want it back". This weekend she is stuck trying to find a rides from friends to go and look at new places to live. She depended on her car to get to work every morning bright and early at 7 a.m. "Now I am going to be depending on the bus hoping I'll get there on time."

The license plate on Rachel's Accord is from Washington and the number is BEH 4993. She has filed a report with police and is hoping her Honda will show up somewhere soon "I just want it back I won't even say anything  just leave it where you stole it. Seriously, I don't care, I just want it back."

The 1992 Honda Accord is one of the top stolen vehicles in the state of Washington. If you do see this car please call police.

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