Following the recovery of five stolen motorcycles, Lancashire Police are now hoping to reunite them with their owners.
The bikes were seized during searches in the Grange and Moor Nook areas of Preston after residents on the estates raised concerns with local officers about bikes being ridden in an anti-social manner.
PC Dave Grundy said: “We always listen to the concerns of our local residents and do whatever we can to tackle them.
“I would urge bike owners to work with us and ensure that they always keep their motorbikes secure.
“I would also ask anyone who sees any suspicious activity concerning motorbikes to phone the police on 101.”
One owner, James Dilkes, 20, from Ashton has already had his stolen bike returned after it was taken from his home address.