Police on the hunt for off-road bikers causing nuisance on town's road and fields
Police are appealing for help to track down a group of youths riding off-road motorcycles.
Officers in Broseley are looking for information after repeated reports of at least two off-road motocycles being driven in an anti-social manner around the town.
In a statement, PCSO Malcolm Goddard said: "A group of youths appear to be taking turns to ride the motorcycles on the Bridgnorth Road, the Birchmeadow playing fields and the Fiery Fields.
"Anti-social riding can be tackled in a number of ways, depending on the circumstances. The usual method is to issue a Section 59 Warning Notice to the driver concerned, however, the police need witness accounts to be able to issue such a notice.
"If you are able to assist the police in identifying those riding the motorcycle and are willing to provide a witness statement, please contact the Safer Neighbourhood Team."
Those with information can email email@example.com or anonymously through the independent charity, Crimestoppers, by calling 0800 555 111 or by visiting their website: crimestoppers-uk.org