Jaguar XF seized by police in Wembley after driver found with provisional licence

Metropolitan Police Service’s Roads and Transport officers seized a Jaguar XF car in Wembley just after midnight on August 19.

The driver of the vehicle was a provisional licence holder but was displaying no L plates and had no supervising driver travelling with him.

In addition, he had no insurance for the car which was consequently seized by the officers present.

The force later tweeted he was “now walking home and court date in the post”.

Officers added it was the second time he had been caught committing similar offences.

MPS Roads and Transport Policing Command remind the public not to tweet crime or traffic incidents on Twitter as their site is not manned 24/7. They are asked to call 101, 999 or report online.

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