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Police seize car after driver caught without a licence

A 21-YEAR-OLD man's Kia Rio sedan was seized by Gladstone police after he allegedly drove without a licence.

It's believed the incident occurred at 8pm on Tuesday after police intercepted the vehicle on Sun Valley Rd, Kin Kora.

The driver's car was seized for up to 48 hours and he is expected to appear in court at a later date. 

Topics:  gladstone, police, unlicensed driving




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