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COURT APPEARANCE FOR P-PLATE DRIVER AFTER ALLEGED HOON BEHAVIOUR

One man will face court while another is wanted by police, after alleged hoon behaviour on the Mid North Coast.

Shortly before 11:30pm on Wednesday, police were responding to reports of hoon behaviour at Moonee Beach near Coffs Harbour, when they observed two Toyota Hilux utilities performing a ‘burnout’ at the roundabout on Moonee Beach Road and Solitary Islands Way.

A 20-year-old male P-plate driver had his registration plates seized for three months and was issued a Court Attendance Notice for negligent driving and aggravated burnout.

Police are now appealing for help from the public to locate the second driver, believed to be a male in his late 20’s, who fled the scene.

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