Nuisance bikers at Doncaster beauty spot spark police photo appeal

These bikers are at the centre of a police appeal after concerns were raised over antisocial riding near at a Doncaster beauty spot.

Wednesday, 5th May 2021, 2:53 pm

South Yorkshire Police want to speak to them in connection to reports of antisocial riding at Sandall Beat Wood in the borough.

A force spokesman said this afternoon: “Officers from our off-road bike team are appealing for your help to identify two riders of off-road bikes they would like to speak to in connection to reports of anti-social riding in the Sandall Beat Woodland area of Doncaster.

“It is reported that on 5 March 2021 the riders were riding illegally on the woodland and surrounding housing estates.

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Sandall Beat Wood appeal. Police want to trace these riders
Sandall Beat Wood appeal. Police want to trace these riders

They added: “Officers are keen to speak to those in the image in connection to traffic offences.”

Police are urging anyone who can help track them down to call 101 quoting incident number 531 of 10 June, quoting appeal number 14.

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Sandall Beat Wood appeal. Police want to trace these riders
Sandall Beat Wood appeal. Police want to trace this rider