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Norfolk Police seized off-road bike in Terrington St Clement after illegal driving





Police seized an off-road bike on Boxing Day after spotting it being driven illegally through a village.

Lynn officers have used the incident as an example of their bid to crack down on anti-social driving, which is currently one of their priorities.

A police statement said: “It wasn’t a very happy Boxing Day for the owner of this off-road bike in Terrington St Clement.

The off-road bike was seized by police on Boxing Day. Picture: Norfolk Police
The off-road bike was seized by police on Boxing Day. Picture: Norfolk Police

“It was seen being driven illegally on public roads, with no insurance or licence, so it was seized by police. Riding bikes in this way not only puts the rider at risk, but also the wider community.

“Anti-social off-road vehicle use in the village is one of the current priorities for the local policing team after complaints from local people about the nuisance it can cause.”

Officers have now urged anybody who would like to have their say on what the team across the Downham area focuses on over the next few months to go along to the next SNAP meeting.

This will be held on January 30 in Emneth, and more details will be posted nearer the time with all necessary information.



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