Two people were arrested after a vehicle lost control and crashed off the A47 at Tilney on Sunday, February 11.
King’s Lynn Police tweeted when officers discovered the numberplate on the car was stolen.
The vehicle was carrying containers of suspected stolen fuel.
It was left upside down on the side of the road following the crash but police said noone was hurt.
Both occupants were arrested.
Pursuit #Tilney #A47 assisted by @KingsLynnPolice vehicle on stolen plates and containing large amounts of suspected stolen fuel. Vehicle lost control and crashed, no injuries. Both occupants arrested #1383/652/1234/1481 pic.twitter.com/yagVwYiTQd
— N & S Roads Policing (@NSRoadsPolicing) February 11, 2018