A MAN driving without a seatbelt was stopped by police leading to the discovery of drugs, cash and several mobile phones inside the car.

Thames Valley Police officers stopped a driver in Slough on Saturday, June 5, after he was seen driving without a seatbelt on. 

The roads policing team then made further checks to find the man was driving on a provisional licence and had no insurance.

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His vehicle was then seized.

After this, officers searched the car as they believed drugs were inside. 

They hit jackpot when they found a large rucksack containing more than 25 wraps of cannabis, several mobile phones and more than £900 in cash.

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Police said: "Both the driver and the passenger were arrested for possession with intent to supply a class b substance. All from a routine stop for a traffic offence."