Business owner arrested for allegedly selling cars without titles, search for customers continues

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PAULS VALLEY, Okla. – Authorities in Pauls Valley are looking for customers who recently purchased vehicles from a local dealership.

On Thursday, officers arrested David Hernandez for a Garvin County arrest warrant.

Officials say Hernandez was allegedly selling used cars at his dealership, Hernandez Automotive, without titles.

Now, investigators with the Pauls Valley Police Department are searching for customers who purchased a vehicle from Hernandez Automotive but did not receive the title.

They are also looking for customers whose vehicles had the wrong license plate on it.

Officials say if your vehicle was repaired at the dealership and items were missing from the vehicle when you received it, you are encouraged to make a report.

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