NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Port Authority Police nabbed two men after they say they spotted them covering up a license plate in a bid to avoid paying a toll at the George Washington Bridge.

Officers noticed a 2012 Audi after it stopped at the entrance to the roadway to the bridge at around 9 p.m. Saturday night, Port Authority Police said.

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A man got out of the car, walked around to the back, and taped a piece of paper over the rear license plate, according to Port Authority Police.

The car then drove through the toll without stopping.

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Officers then pulled the car over. The driver and passenger were arrested.

Jose Hernandez and Bryaan Rivas Rosario, both 22-years-old and from the Bronx, face a variety of charges. Hernandez is charged with theft of services, toll evasion, driving without a front license plate, and driving an uninsured and unregistered vehicle.

Rosario is charged with tampering with public records and hindering apprehension. Police say he gave a false name when questioned and had an outstanding warrant.

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