Police officers are appealing for information and witnesses to help identify three males who were riding dangerously in High Cross, near Radlett.
The incident happened at around 4.20pm on Saturday, November 13.
Police received a report of off-road vehicles being ridden dangerously and startling horses in the area of Kemprow and Oakbridge Lane.
Officers attended and a search of the area was conducted but the males made off along the bridleway.
The riders were described as teenagers, on three different styles of bike:
- A medium sized white and blue off-road bike, with a number printed on it.
- A Vespa style scooter
- A black moped
- A helmet (pictured) was left at the scene.
PC Kris Endersbee from the Bushey and Radlett Safer Neighbourhood Team said: “Tackling nuisance off-road bikes near or on North Medburn Farm and Oakridge Lane is a policing priority for the team after it was raised as a concern by local residents.
“We have been regularly patrolling the area and plan to work with our colleagues in the constabulary’s Rural Operational Support Team to catch those responsible, educate them and, where necessary enforce the law.
“I would urge anyone who might be able to help us to identify the riders of these mopeds to contact me via firstname.lastname@example.org”.
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