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People urged to report off-road bikers causing nuisance in Gedling borough

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Nottinghamshire Police are urging Gedling Borough residents to “see something, say something” if they spot off-road bikers causing a nuisance in the area.

Police have launched the campaign as they believe some of these off-road bikers aren’t just involved in anti-social behaviour, but are also linked to other criminal offences too.

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A spokesman for the police said: “If you see anything we encourage that you report this by calling us on 101.”

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The police have created a check list of information they are looking for from people reporting nuisance off-road bikers:

Details of the rider and bike including any distinguishing marks

Location and time of witnessing the event

Registration number and description of the vehicles transporting, loading or off-loading the bikes

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Any photographs or video footage of the event or bikes involved

Anyone with any information which can call 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111

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