Drivers walked away from fines worth at least £610,000 because they could not be traced.

All were non-UK nationals and benefited from a loophole in the law that stops the PSNI pursuing them outside the jurisdiction.

On average, police turned a blind eye to 10 speeding drivers every day. It is believed the vast majority of them were from the Republic.

Reported by the Belfast Telegraph. You can read the full story here. 

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