A joint operation to search vehicles on the Scottish/English border is being carried out by police from north of England and southern Scotland forces.
It is hoped that the operation will help identify motorists carrying out offences such as speeding, drink and drug driving, driving without a seatbelt and driving without a valid licence.
The activity is part of an ongoing initiative by Lothian and Borders Police to try and deter criminal activity on the routes between both countries.
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