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Where a constable has reasonable grounds for suspecting that a person is committing an offence under the foregoing provisions of this Act, or has committed an offence under those provisions or those of the M1Badgers Act 1973 and that evidence of the commission of the offence is to be found on that person or any vehicle or article he may have with him, the constable may—
(a)without warrant stop and search that person and any vehicle or article he may have with him;
(b)seize and detain for the purposes of proceedings under any of those provisions anything which may be evidence of the commission of the offence or may be liable to be forfeited under section 12(4) below;
(c)in Scotland arrest that person without warrant if he fails to give his full name and address to the constable’s satisfaction.
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