Two-year-old found in car without seatbelt
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A driver’s behaviour has been called “unacceptable” by police after being stopped with an unrestrained two-year-old in their car.
Thetford officers stopped a Skoda Superb on Norwich Road on Monday December 2 after being alerted to the vehicle because of the way it was being driven.
The driver was found to have no insurance and had a two-year-old child without a carseat or seatbelt in the back.
On Twitter Breckland Police said: "PC Nik Harris from Thetford Team5 stopped a vehicle on Norwich Road, Thetford, today due to the manner it was being driven.
"Checks revealed no insurance and there was a two-year-old child unrestrained in the rear. Unacceptable."
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