Motorcycle nuisance incidents in Wellingborough today - request for footage
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Police officers are requesting any footage of incidents of motorcycle nuisance after a number of off-road bikes were seen in Wellingborough today (September 10).
Earlier this week, officers issued a stark warning that a zero-tolerance approach would be taken against motorcycle nuisance in the town and that enforcement action would be taken without exception to anyone who ignores this warning.
Chief Inspector Tom Thompson, said: “We are currently dealing with a number of off-road motorcycles in Wellingborough and this behaviour will not be tolerated because it causes real community concern.
"We cannot accept behaviour that affects the quality of life of the people who live in the area and by riding in this manner, you are not only putting them in danger, you are also putting yourself at risk of a serious collision.
“Tackling anti-social behaviour has been identified as a matter of priority for Northamptonshire Police and that’s because it’s one of the top issues we see regularly raised by the public across the county. I would ask anyone who has footage of today’s incidents to please contact us on 101 so we can arrange for this footage to be viewed and the offenders dealt with.”