Police seize two Sur-Ron e-bikes in Thorpe Edge, Bradford – Telegraph and Argus
POLICE have seized two electric motorbikes.
Officers from West Yorkshire Police’s Steerside Enforcement Team – the force’s dedicated initiative for tackling dangerous and anti-social driving – were out in the Thorpe Edge area of Bradford last night.
They spotted two Sur-Ron branded e-bikes being used and went to inspect.
It was found that one of the motorcycles was suspected to have been stolen.
The other was being used anti-socially on land without permission.
Police seized the bikes, as a result.
A spokesperson for the Steerside Team said: “Two Sur-Ron e-bikes seized on Thorpe Edge, Bradford East this evening.
“One suspected stolen, one used anti-socially on land without permission.”
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