Bikers spotted driving erratically and with ‘blatant disregard’ for anyone’s safety in Blackburn wanted by Lancashire Police
Two bikers spotted riding with a “blatant disregard for anyone else's safety” in Blackburn are wanted by police.
The nuisance bikers were spotted driving erratically, including on the pavement, in Brandy House Brow at around 4pm on August 4.
Police said the bikes had no registration mark and it was likely they did not have any insurance, with the riders unlikely to have licences.
Pictures show one of the men was riding a blue and yellow bike, with the other riding a white and blue bike.
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“We need your help to identify these bikers,” a spokesman for the force added.
“They were riding with a blatant disregard for anyone else's safety causing danger to themselves and the public.
“If you have any idea who these people are or where these bikes might be stored, please contact us confidentially [by emailing] [email protected]”
You can also report any information to police by calling 101 or by contacting independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.