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I am afraid in AL, the police will not assist you in repossession. The most the police will do is stand by if you believe there will be a potential for physical violence or harm to you while you are repossessing the vehicle. You need to find the vehicle and when you do you need to have a tow truck or keys to take the vehicle back together with proof you have ownership
of the vehicle.
Your other way to avoid liability is you need to file suit against the person for breach of contract
and sue them to get the truck or the money. Unfortunately, as long as your name is XXXXX XXXXX title and you have not sold the truck yet, you will have to sue the person for the truck or payment if you cannot locate the truck.
You could also hire a local repossession company who will seek to locate the vehicle to repossess the vehicle for a fee.
These are your options in this type of situation.
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