Information from the public has proved vital in police intercepting a speeding driver near Terang.
After receiving a complaint from a motorist in the Terang area, Camperdown police detected a driver travelling at a licence shattering 130km/h in the 100 zone along the Princes Highway on Monday.
The driver will be off the road for three months and $454 lighter in the wallet.
Police requested that anyone who witnessed illegal driving behaviour call Triple Zero 000 immediately.
"If you wish to provide non-urgent information then you can call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a confidential report at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au," a spokesman said.
Colac police highway patrol members also intercepted a man speeding in Birregurra on Sunday night and then made an unexpected discovery inside his car.
Officers detected the man travelling west along the Princes Highway at an alleged speed of 114kph in a 100 zone about 7pm.
The driver, a man in his 60s, underwent a roadside drug test which allegedly returned a positive result for cannabis.
Upon inspecting the man's Toyota Yaris, officers discovered a family of mice residing in the rear right tail light.
The Beech-Forest man was issued with a $330 penalty notice for speeding and a defect notice for the unsafe Toyota Yaris vehicle.
Officers are awaiting the results of further analysis on the drug test.
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