A police pursuit in south Armagh over the weekend saw a motorist flee police in excess of 100mph.
It happened on Saturday night (January 13) when a vehicle in the area failed to stop for police, before proceeding to drive along ‘dangerous’ roads at over 100mph.
A spokesperson for the PSNI said the vehicle initially got away but it was recovered on Sunday following intervention from the Slieve Gullion North Neighbourhood Policing Team.
The spokesperson added: “If you fail to stop for police, you will lose your car, possibly your license and gain a criminal conviction in doing so.”
Meanwhile on Friday night, a police stinger was deployed to stop a fleeing vehicle.
It happened after officers were carrying out road safety patrols in the Armagh area.
The driver of the vehicle failed to stop when signalled to do so, leading to a short pursuit. A second nearby crew deployed the stinger and deflated the two front tyres.
A man was arrested on a number of offences and the vehicle was removed from the roads.