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Police seize van from disqualified driver

PUBLISHED: 09:31 19 October 2018 | UPDATED: 09:31 19 October 2018

A van was seized by police in Lowestoft after the driver was to be disqualified and hold no insurance. Photo: Lowestoft Police.

A van was seized by police in Lowestoft after the driver was to be disqualified and hold no insurance. Photo: Lowestoft Police.

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A disqualified van driver and another driver with no licence have been stripped of their vehicles.

A car was seized in Oulton Broad after the driver wasfound to have no insurance and driving licence. Photo: Lowestoft Police.A car was seized in Oulton Broad after the driver wasfound to have no insurance and driving licence. Photo: Lowestoft Police.

Suffolk Police seized a car and van during a clampdown across Lowestoft and Oulton Broad on Thursday, October 18.

In Melbourne Road, Lowestoft, police seized a van after discovering the driver was disqualified and had no insurance for the vehicle.

Lowestoft Police tweeted: “Disqualified driver and no insurance on vehicle, driver was dealt with accordingly.”

Later in the day police also seized a Rover 25 as the driver was found to not hold a licence or insurance for the car.

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