Nuisance bikes seized in Cadeby

Doncaster Council's enforcement officers with three of the seized bikes.
Doncaster Council's enforcement officers with three of the seized bikes.
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AN ANTI-SOCIAL behaviour busting team seized seven nuisance off-road motorbikes that were being ridden on footpaths and a viaduct in Cadeby.

Doncaster Council’s enforcement officers spotted a group of youths on scooters causing trouble by scaring walkers, annoying dog-walkers and intimidating residents as they sped along footpaths and pedestrianised viaducts.

Officers noted the scooter make and model before they sped off and the team later seized the bikes, some of which are pictured left.

The riders were also issued with noise notices.

The team has since seized a further four bikes and issued 12 noise notices for other nuisance incidents.

Councillor Cynthia Ransome, Cabinet Member for Communities, said: “We will not tolerate those who use vehicles illegally and I’m pleased that we seized seven scooters from this one incident.”