POLICE in Keighley are appealing for information after seizing seven off-road bikes from a property in the area yesterday.
Officers gained entry to a large shipping container on Becks Road, Keighley, and discovered five quad bikes and two dirt bikes inside.
The bikes are believed to have been causing anti-social behaviour in the Worth Valley area.
Police are now looking to locate the owners of the bikes, which include a Suzuki Quadrunner 160, a Mongoose 90S, a KMT dirt bike and a Honda CR dirt bike.
DC Kate Edwards, of Keighley District Police, said: “We are releasing images of these vehicles in the hope that someone recognises them and comes forward with any information to assist with our enquiries and reunite these bikes with their rightful owners.”
Anyone with any information about these vehicles, or anyone who recognises them, are asked to contact the police via 101,quoting crime reference number 13200342015.
Or, alternatively, they can contact the 101 LiveChat facility via the West Yorkshire Police website.
The following tweet was posted by West Yorkshire Police – Keighley yesterday:
Officers yesterday seized 5 quads and 2 x dirt bikes from a property. Enquiries ongoing to locate owners. All believed to have been causing ASB in Worth Valley and surrounding areas. Any info ring 101 & quote 13200342015. More details on website. @WYP_DC5948 #policingkeighley pic.twitter.com/oVKy0tBCwu
— West Yorkshire Police – Keighley (@WYP_Keighley) July 9, 2020