Suspected disqualified driver arrested and car seized in Great Yarmouth
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An alleged disqualified driver had his car seized by police yesterday in Great Yarmouth.
Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing Team took to Twitter this morning after arresting a suspected disqualified driver near to the Gapton Hall Retail Park.
They said: “Yesterday afternoon the East team arrested a disqualified driver near the Gapton Hall Retail Park in #GtYarmouth.
“He has been remanded in custody for court and vehicle has been seized.”
Officers also took to Twitter to warn drivers after being called to four incidents of deers being hit by cars.
They said: “Oh deer! Over the night we have dealt with at least 4 deer that had been struck by vehicles.
“Please drive carefully on main or country roads and look out for wildlife.
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“Also, thanks to the deer warden there was no suffering. #ohdeerohdeerohdeer.”
A recent report by this paper showed that over the last four years between 50 and 60 animals have been killed annually on roads in Great Yarmouth borough.