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Police CCTV appeal after officer hurt by motorcyclist in village lane

PUBLISHED: 16:26 05 March 2019 | UPDATED: 16:26 05 March 2019

Police are looking to identify these motorcyclists in Sandy Lane, Belton Picture: Norfolk Police

Police are looking to identify these motorcyclists in Sandy Lane, Belton Picture: Norfolk Police

Norfolk Police

Police are appealing for help to trace a pair of motorcycle and trial bike riders in Belton.

CCTV images have been released by police looking for help to identify this motorcyclist in Sandy Lane, Belton Picture: Norfolk PoliceCCTV images have been released by police looking for help to identify this motorcyclist in Sandy Lane, Belton Picture: Norfolk Police

They were called to reports of antisocial behaviour and bikes being ridden on pavements in Sandy Lane.

An officer attending was clipped by one of the riders as she got out of the car and suffered minor injuries.

The incident happened shortly before 3pm on Monday December 31.

A spokesman said the footage may have come to light after the incident and then had to be circulated among officers before being released.

Police have issued this image in the hope of identifying a motorcyclist in Sandy Lane, Belton, on New Years Eve Picture: Norfolk PolicePolice have issued this image in the hope of identifying a motorcyclist in Sandy Lane, Belton, on New Years Eve Picture: Norfolk Police

Anyone who recognises the motorbikes or has any information concerning the incident should contact PC Tyler Kennedy at Great Yarmouth Police Station on 101.

Alternatively they can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.


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