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Police step up patrols in Arnold following complaints about off-road bikers


Police are stepping up patrols across Arnold after complaints about off-road bikers.

Officers said they will now be carrying out high-visibility patrols after concerns were raised by residents.

The bikers have been spotted around the St Mary’s Recreation Ground area.

One resident posted on a local police social media channel: “You’ve just missed a quad going across St Mary’s Park, about 40mph, adult with a small child on the front!”

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A spokesman for Nottinghamshire Police said: “We have received a few complaints in relation to off-road motorbikes around the Arnold area especially St Mary`s Park.

“We will ensure that high visibility patrols are carried out over the next few days.

They added:”If you witness any anti-social riding please make sure you report this to us by calling 101.

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