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Police pleased by driver results

Police have said they are "cautiously pleased" after a clampdown on speed, seatbelt and mobile phone crimes saw 62 motorists caught.

On Friday, 38 drivers were caught speeding, 14 not wearing a seatbelt and 10 using a mobile phone while driving.

Grampian Police said those charged included a 64-year-old man driving a lorry while using a hand-held mobile phone in Aberdeen.

Sgt Neil Morrison said drivers could not afford to be complacent.

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