ISLAMABAD US Embassy in Pakistan through its counsel has approached Area Magistrate Islamabad for release of its two vehicles impounded with fake numberplates by police. Meanwhile, the Area Magistrate Islamabad has summand Islamabad police to submit investigation report on the issue, sources informed The Nation on Monday. The sources said that the US embassy through its counsel had approached Area Magistrate Liaqat Kharal to get two US embassy vehicles released impounded under Section 550 of CrPC. The US embassy has claimed in the filed application that two impounded vehicles belonged to the embassy. The embassy deliberately has not mentioned the issue of fake numberplates in the application filed in the court of Area Magistrate Islamabad, the sources added. Islamabad police have prepared a report in which the statement of officials Toyota Capital Motors revealed that the fake registration plates were fixed by US embassy when their drivers received the cars from US embassy for conversion of them into ambulances at Razamak Industry Peshawar, the sources maintained. When The Nation contacted, Deputy Superintended Police (DSP) Malik Tahir confirmed that Tarnol police had received the court orders. Police have compiled its report and got recorded the statement of officials of the Toyota Capital Motors. There was nothing suspected in the vehicles, however, the main issue for police is the fixation of fake numberplates. We will submit investigation report with the court by Tuesday, he added. It would be relevant to mention here that while talking to this scribe spokesperson of the US embassy had claimed the fake registration plates were fixed by Toyota Capital Motors, however, a senior official of Toyota Capital Motors had categorically stated that fake numberplates were fixed by the US embassy.