Friday 27th June 2008
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A number of vehicles have been seized by police in Suffolk over the first four months of a rogue driver crackdown, it has been reported.

The Lowestoft Journal has revealed that officers have taken 623 automobiles from roads in the area during the period.

It added that some 585 vehicles were seized as drivers were travelling without a car insurance policy.

Alex Morrison, Suffolk Police road policing and support inspector, stated that the constabulary is "committed" to reducing both anti-social activity and crime.

He said: "Research has shown that there is a clear link between criminality and offenders who commit vehicle document offences. This enforcement campaign is a powerful means of disrupting criminal activity."

Meanwhile, the Ipswich Evening Star revealed last week that three motorists in Suffolk were given road bans after picking up drink-driving convictions on roads in the region.

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