Oxfordshire police deployed after reports of dangerous motorbikes


Police have been deployed after reports of motorbikes being ridden ‘dangerously’ were made to the force.

A spokesperson for Thames Valley Police said the force was aware of the vehicles being driven in a dangerous manner around footpaths and parks in the Ruscote area of Banbury.

The particular roads where the offending drivers were spotted include Nuffield Road, Lanchester Drive and Hill View Crescent.

Officers were deployed to this scene to investigate.

The spokesperson added: “We are requesting if any are seen riding in such a manner, that you call Police on 999. We will be seizing any motorbikes and dealing with the persons robustly.”

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This story was written by Sophie Perry. She joined the team in 2021 as a digital reporter.

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