RCMP say two vehicles stopped after appearing to race on Highway 104

Mounties say two vehicles were stopped along Highway 104 after they appeared to be racing along the Trans-Canada Highway on Saturday. 

Radar enforcement was being conducted on the highway by the RCMP Northwest Traffic Services of Amherst in the Thomson Station area around 12 p.m. 

Police say an officer, who was travelling east on Highway 104, saw the two vehicles heading westbound at a high rate of speed. 

A 29-year-old Lakeside man, who was driving a 2010 Acura CSX, was issued a ticket for speeding with a $410.00 fine after one of the vehicles was clocked travelling 159 km/hr in a 110 km/hr zone. 

A second officer, who was parked in a turn-around in the median nearby, locked in the second vehicle travelling at 232 km/hr. 

A 19-year-old Quebec man, who was driving the 2003 Infiniti G35, was charged for stunting, his driver's licence was suspended, and his vehicle was seized. 

The fine for stunting in Nova Scotia is $2,422.50.