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Off-road bikes seized in Nottingham after ‘Mexican stand-off’

Police in Nottingham sized the bikes after ‘illegal activity’ on the streets.

A PCSO at the Nottinghamshire Police Bulwell, Rise Park and Highbury Vale neighbourhood policing team said:

‘We have conducted an off-road bike operation today and after what was described to me as a Mexican stand off on Raymede Drive by the off-road bike team these two bikes were seized from the riders.

‘So now these riders have lost their bikes due to their illegal activity on a road.

‘Just to make you aware more positive action will be taken in the very near future.

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‘Lads, just to make you aware my official job title is Police Community Support Officer or if that’s too much of a mouthful for you in short I’m a PCSO.

‘I’m not a warden or community warden or fake fed.’

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