Vehicle seized in Stoke-on-Trent the day after it drove off petrol station without paying



A vehicle has been seized from the streets of Stoke-on-Trent – a day after it left a petrol station without paying.

The car was stopped by the Staffordshire Police Dogs and Armed Response Vehicle unit earlier this morning (September 18).

Officers originally stopped the vehicle after it flagged up as wanted in connection with the drive-off yesterday.

But it was seized after the driver failed to provide the correct documentation.

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A Staffs Police Dogs and ARV spokesman said: “Around the Stoke-on-Trent area we stopped this vehicle which had been involved in a drive of from a petrol station the day before.

“Driver had no licence or insurance, so vehicle was seized.

“The passenger was also wanted for failing to attend court.”





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