A man has appeared in court accused of handling stolen luxury cars.

Ali Teli, 36, is said by prosecutors to have fenced 10 cars between October 2019 and April 2020, including Range Rovers, BMW cars and an Audi.

He is also accused of handling stolen engines and other parts from multiple vehicles between July 2019 and April 2020.

Appearing before Oxford Crown Court yesterday, Teli, of Elton Crescent, Wheatley, pleaded not guilty to 11 counts of handling stolen goods.

It is claimed he fenced three Range Rovers, two BMW cars, two Mercedes vehicles, two Land Rovers and an Audi.

Recorder Michael Roques bailed Teli to return to court for his trial in December.

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