POLICE in Hartlepool seized a quadbike yesterday and have issued a warning to other users in an antisocial behaviour crackdown.

The quadbike was seized by neighbourhood police officers in the Belle Vue area of the town Yesterday (Friday, May 20).

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Police issued a warning stressing that they will “continue to deal with quadbikes and off road vehicles” if they are being used in an antisocial or illegal way.

A spokesperson for Hartlepool Neighbourhood Police Team, added: “We want to keep our roads, pavements, and open spaces safe for all

“Please use our 101 number or tell www.crimestoppers-uk.org (tel 0800 555 111) anonymously who’s using nuisance bikes - and where they’re being stored - so we can take appropriate action.”


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