A bike was seized and a warning issued as police got tough on nuisance riders plaguing a neighbourhood in Sheffield.
Members of South Yorkshire Police's dedicated off-road team were out in Westfield yesterday, responding to what they said were 'numerous complaints' about anti-social off-road bikers.
They said one rider's bike was seized and another biker was issued with a warning under the Police Reform Act.
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The off-road team shared photos of the bikes online, along with a message to those affected by anti-social bikers.
"Westfield residents we know that you have a big problem with off road bikes. Please bear with us and keep reporting. Your help is always appreciate," it said.
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Anyone affected by anti-social bikers can call police on 101 or report any problems online at www.reportingcrime.uk/SYPincidentreport.