Buckley: Police ‘zero tolerance’ warning to anyone caught riding off-road bikes antisocially
Police say they are receiving an increasing number of reports about off-road bikes being used in the Buckley area, causing concerns for local residents.
Officers have warned they will take a ‘zero tolerance’ approach with anyone caught riding off-road bikes antisocially.
Authorities have reminded the public that riding off-road bikes in public parks or on publicly-owned land without permission from the local authority is illegal.
In a post on social media, South Flintshire Police stated: “It is against the law to ride off-road bikes in public parks or on publicly-owned land without permission from the local authority and we will take a zero tolerance approach to anyone doing so.”
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