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Car stopped for running red light in Great Yarmouth

PUBLISHED: 13:33 05 August 2019 | UPDATED: 13:57 05 August 2019

Police in Great Yarmouth stopped a car that had run a red light. Picture: Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Policing Team.

Police in Great Yarmouth stopped a car that had run a red light. Picture: Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Policing Team.

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Police stopped a car that ran a red light in Great Yarmouth.

A unit from Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing Team (NSRPT) had stopped at a red traffic light in the town on Monday (August 5) when the driver of the car behind them failed to brake.

The driver was reported.

Earlier, the same unit stopped a driver without a licence or car insurance.

Officers tweeted: "The old fashioned police officer's nose led to this vehicle being stopped and driver reported."

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