A 27-year-old man is being investigated by the Guardia Civil for driving without a license at 232 kilometers per hour on a motorway in Malaga.
The vehicle was detected by a helicopter of the General Directorate of Traffic on the AP-46, at the height of Las Pedrizas, on a stretch of road limited to the maximum permitted speed of 120 kilometres per hour, as it passed through the municipality of Almogia, in the direction of Granada.
The joint investigations carried out between the Guardia Civil’s Traffic Subsector and the Directorate General of Traffic’s helicopter for vehicle speed control led to the location of the vehicle in Benalmadena (Malaga).
The driver was also identified, a Bulgarian with a string of police records, who is now being investigated for two additional crimes against road safety, one for speeding and another for not having a driving license.
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