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Do you know these masked riders? Police issue photos in campaign against antisocial off-roading

Police have issued a latest appeal for information on off-road bikers in Telford as they vow to deal "robustly" with them.

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Officers have issued a picture of two such riders near swings, both with their faces covered.

Now Telford police want to know where they are being kept, who owns them and about sightings elsewhere in the town.

PCSO Kristin Will, of Telford police said: "We are continuing to receive reports of off-road bikes in the Ketley area.

"We are appealing for any information regarding the bikes. Do you know where they are being stored? Who owns them? Have the same bikes been seen elsewhere in Telford?"

The PCSO adds that riding an off-road bike in the wrong place is irresponsible, dangerous and illegal.

"If caught offenders will be dealt with robustly.

"If you own one of these bikes do not ride it illegally in public. There are lawful places you can ride them.

"It is your responsibility to seek these places out.

"It is not up to the police or council to provide them for you."

The officer asked that anyone with helpful information email

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