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Hunt is on to find nuisance quad bikers after complaints flood Police

Ross Crawford 30th Jul, 2018

POLICE are investigating following reports of two quad bikers repeatedly riding aggressively and without proper exhausts on their machines around Studley late at night.

The latest incident was in the Alcester Road on Friday night, July 27 at around 11.35pm however the quad bikers have been seen – and heard – roaring around St Judes Avenue and across the green open space opposite The Railway pub on previous evenings.

In one case they were spotted racing up Station Road and by the sound of their exhausts, down Node Hill before heading off along Middletown Lane towards Sambourne.

Police say numerous callers have reported the quad bikers riding through the area at speed and in a dangerous manner.

The bikes are not using headlights after dark and do not have registration number plates.

One of the riders was seen wearing a black balaclava and riding the bike down the centre of Green Lane.

It is believed the Bikes come from the Sambourne area and ride around the roads and footpaths in Studley causing a nuisance.

A Police spokesperson said enquiries were ongoing with regards obtaining evidence of the driving manner of the quad bikes.

“If anyone has further information not already passed to police (with regards the names and addresses of the riders and owners of the quad bikes, this can be sent to the team on email address .

“CCTV of the quad bikes would also be very useful.

“As always, please call 101 to report as soon as possible if the bikes are seen causing a nuisance.”

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