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Car seized after driver found with cannabis and no insurance

PUBLISHED: 11:57 25 October 2019 | UPDATED: 13:40 25 October 2019

Lowestoft police officers seized the car on Waveney Drive in Lowestoft. Photo: Lowestoft Police

Lowestoft police officers seized the car on Waveney Drive in Lowestoft. Photo: Lowestoft Police

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A vehicle was seized after police discovered a driver did not have insurance and was in possession of cannabis.

The red Renault Clio was stopped on Waveney Drive in Lowestoft Thursday, October 24, after officers saw the driver did not have insurance.

As the car was pulled over, it emerged the driver was also in possession of cannabis.

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The vehicle was then seized from the driver due to the lack of insurance.

In a tweet, officers said: "All offences were dealt with by Lowestoft Response Officers."

A spokesperson for Suffolk Constabulary said: "Officers had cause to stop a vehicle in Waveney Drive, Lowestoft, at around 8.50pm.

"The driver was reported for having no insurance and was also given a cannabis warning."


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