Witnesses willing to go on the record needed for investigation into 'dangerous' driving of mopeds on a Banbury estate
Witnesses willing to make statements to police are needed in an investigation into 'dangerous' driving of mopeds on a Banbury estate.
Thames Valley Police in Cherwell confirmed today (Monday) that the 14-year-old male, arrested in connection with dangerous driving on Ruscote estate on Thursday, has been released on police bail.
Officers said the bail was subject to a number of conditions that ‘we will be actively monitoring to ensure they are being adhered to’.
“We are still looking for further witnesses who can evidence the manner of driving as reported to us. If you are a witness and willing to provide a statement please can you contact us and quote ref 43220323206,” they said.
“Any CCTV / video footage of the driving prior to police arrival would also be appreciated.
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“As stated previously we are aware that this is an ongoing issue for residents, and there are a variety of different people participating in such activity.
"We encourage residents to report to us and if you have details of those involved please do let us know. There are times when other incidents may take priority however do not let this discourage you from calling us as we will respond where able.”
Members of the public should call 101 quoting the reference or email [email protected]