Motorists who spot off-road vehicles cutting-up traffic have been told by police: Call us – we could be just around the corner.
The message comes after Hazlehead Community Policing Team said there had been 16 incidents of antisocial behaviour between March 1 and yesterday.
In the latest area police report, Sergeant Simon Lewis-Dalby said: “These calls relate predominantly to the antisocial use of off-road motorcycles in the Countesswells Woods and Sheddocksley playing field areas and roads between.
“With the days growing longer, we anticipate the opportunities for such behaviour will increase.
“While it can be infuriating to see a scrambler bike cutting you up in traffic – that’s the time to call us.
“We might be just around the corner and we can only catch the culprits and seize the bikes with your help.”