A man has lost his licence after being caught driving at 95km/h over the speed limit through residential streets in Albury.
Police spotted a maroon Ford Falcon travelling at high speed on Mate Street about 12.55am on Saturday.
A radar check clocked the vehicle at 155km/h as it went past Fallon Street towards North Street.
The vehicle, which was in a 60km/h zone, braked and went through a red light into North Street.
Police followed the vehicle and caught up to the car at a red light on Guinea Street.
Officers spoke to the driver.
The 25-year-old Victorian man said he was looking for a blue Subaru.
He said the vehicle had earlier collided with a friend's car.
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A police spokesman said the man was issued tickets for the offending and lost several demerit points.
Due to the speed involved, the man was disqualified from driving in NSW for six months.
The ban will also apply in Victoria.
"He was issued traffic infringement notices for exceed speed over 45km/h and disobey red light," the spokesman said.
"His NSW driving privileges were suspended for six months and he lost nine demerit points."
While there was only a small number of other vehicles on the road due to the time the incident occurred, at least one other person witnessed the Ford driver's behaviour.
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