Police hunting off-road bikers causing 'nuisance' in community

Police are hunting off-road bikers who are causing a "nuisance" to residents.

Wednesday, 27th June 2018, 9:31 am
Updated Wednesday, 27th June 2018, 9:33 am
Police are hoping to speak to those pictured.

Officers say the issue of riders in the Heselden area of East Durham is becoming a problem.

They are now hoping to track down those pictured.

Police are hoping to speak to those pictured.

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A statement on the Peterlee Police Facebook page read: "Problems still continue in Hesleden with off-road bikes causing a nuisance to residents in the area.

"Police would like to speak to the riders of the thrree bikes pictured.

"Once more, we are looking to identify clothing and bikes although picture quality is of a decent standard.

"If you can identify riders or are aware where these vehicles are stored, please contact 6638 Goodwin at Peterlee Police Office or DM the Peterlee Police Facebook page.

Police are hoping to speak to those pictured.

"All information is kept in strict confidentiality."