Motorists in Plympton targeted in multi-agency operation
Drivers in Plympton had a shock today as police and other agencies were out in force on one of the town's busiest routes.
Operation Juggler targeted disqualified drivers, drivers with no insurance, and other motoring offences and crime, said police.
An ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognistion) stop site were used to conduct vehicle checks along with partner agencies including Trading Standards, VOSA, HM Customs & Revenue, the MoD and Plymouth City Council waste licensing officers.
Police conducted the road traffic operation along Vicarage Road and Plymouth Road from 9am.
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A spokeswoman for the police said: "Operation Juggler is an initiative to reduce, detect crime and protect vulnerable people by targeting rogue traders.
"A similar operation was run previously resulting in a number of positive outcomes and an increase of intelligence shared between police and other agencies."
The operation ended at noon.