Nottinghamshire Police have seized two cars and a motorbike in their latest efforts to tackle anti-social use of off-road vehicles.
The clampdown, called operation incalculability, continues to try and prevent illegal and anti-social use of off-road motorbikes and quad bikes.
It is among the latest initiatives launched by the force in the Ashfield area, as part of its ongoing drive to tackle the inconsiderate and dangerous use of such vehicles.
Other local operations are also underway to tackle the issue, including the seizure of offending vehicles.
Nottinghamshire Police’s Off Road Motorcycle Team, supported by uniformed officers, have been conducting high visibility patrols in the Ashfield area, stopping and checking vehicles and identifying any offences requiring action.
This operation will continue to run over coming months, because the police receive more calls throughout the summer period.
On Sunday evening August 13, 2017, the operation targeted locations including the Annesley Woods area where officers issued two Section 59 warnings.
Officers also seized two cars and a motorbike on the Huthwaite Industrial Estate.
The bike, which was seized for having no insurance, will now be crushed by police.
Sergeant Carl Holland, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “We’ve had a good amount of success so far with Operation Incalculability but we need more residents to help us clamp down on this nuisance by reporting incidents to us.
“If anyone has any information about people using off-road bikes then please call us on 101.
“We understand the frustration that these off-road bikes cause within our community and we will continue our efforts, in partnership with landowners, to crack down on this anti-social behaviour.”