A person was arrested on suspicion of drug driving and several vehicles were seized during a multi-agency enforcement day that targeted rural criminals who use Cambridgeshire's roads.

The Rural Crime Action Team (RCAT) set up base near Ely and targeted the A10 and A142 routes.

Whilst there, they had help from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA), the National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service (NaVCIS), HMRC, Environment Agency, the UK National Rural Crime Unit (NRCU) and East Cambridgeshire District Council (ECDC).

Throughout the day, the teams targeted anything being towed - including horse boxes, trailers, agricultural equipment, and anything carrying waste - to check permits and transfer notices.

"A few vehicles seized, an arrest for drug driving and a couple of traffic offence reports to finish off the day," said a social media post on the Policing East Cambridgeshire Facebook page.