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Police hunt two drivers thought to be racing along Great Yarmouth seafront

PUBLISHED: 10:06 12 October 2011

Crash on Heartsease roundabout

Crash on Heartsease roundabout

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POLICE are hunting two drivers believed to be racing on a public road who nearly knocked a cyclist off his bike.

Officers from the Acle Road Policing unit are appealing for witnesses to the dangerous driving offence which took place at 8.05pm on Sunday, October 9.

Two cars appeared to be racing each other southbound along South Beach Parade, Great Yarmouth, close to the power station.

Police are keen to speak to the man wearing a fluorescent jacket, riding in the opposite direction on a bicycle which had lights on and was narrowly missed by the two vehicles.

Call PC Stuart Evans with information on 0845 456 4567.

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