A vehicle was seized and a man was found with drugs at a 300-vehicle car meet in Thetford.

Police officers attended the meet at 7pm on Saturday as part of Operation Octane.

Three Section 59s were issued to drivers whose driving fell below the standard that the police would expect and one man was found in possession of a Class B drug.

Four Traffic Offence Reports were also issued to those driving without care and attention and one vehicle was seized for having no insurance.

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A Section 59 is a warning issued to drivers who have used a vehicle in a manner which has caused alarm, distress or annoyance.

Those warned may be fined or have their vehicles seized if they persist in this behaviour.

PC Luke Heffer, of the Roads and Armed Policing Team, said: “Operation Octane allows us, as officers, to engage with car enthusiasts and ensure the safety of the local area.

“We make sure that genuine enthusiasts are able to meet and enjoy their hobby without being disrupted by vehicle-related anti-social behaviour."