A car in High Wycombe has been seized after it was caught by police officers.

On Friday, February 12, Thames Valley Police officers seized the vehicle, with the driver being reported.

It was revealed that the driver was driving without a license and without insurance.

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This comes a few days after two cars were seized in north and south Bucks, for drivers committing similar offences.

The first car was spotted in Baker Street in High Wycombe in the early evening of Monday, February 8.

The driver was reported and the car was seized by the Thames Valley Roads Policing officers and north of the county in Buckingham, another vehicle was confiscated by the authorities.

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On the same day, but this time in Buckingham, police officers on duty seized the car after it was revealed that the driver was disqualified, had no insurance, and that the vehicle was SORNED.

This was the second time that this particular driver was stopped by the police.

The driver will now appear in court.