This molecule will be non-polar.
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The central Carbon atom will single bond with each of the Chlorine atoms. As a result, Carbon will have no lone pairs, and there will be a tetrahedral molecular geometry. While the C-Cl bonds will be polar, the tetrahedral molecular geometry in which there are no lone pairs on the central atom will result in all of the dipoles canceling each other out. Therefore, there will be polar bonds, but the molecule itself is non-polar.