Around 250 cars, vans and lorries were stopped by Police Scotland yesterday (24th June), as part of an ongoing operation to identify and deter criminal activity.
Operation Overlord is an ongoing campaign aimed at cracking down on road offences taking place on the major routes between the north of England and the Scottish Borders.
The police were looking for people carrying out offences such as speeding, driving without a seatbelt and drink and drug driving.
Four people were arrested for offences including breach of warrants, 47 vehicle offences were detected and 36 Immediate and Delayed Prohibition Orders were issued.
Ten vehicles were also seized as a result of uninsured drivers.