Dirt bike seized from teen as Paisley residents experience antisocial behaviour
A Filth bicycle was seized from a teen by law enforcement this week.
The car was being employed by a 16-calendar year-outdated boy on Candren Highway, Paisley.
Police say people in the city have been experiencing antisocial behaviour as a result of youths riding bikes in a harmful fashion.
In a Facebook write-up, Renfrewshire & Inverclyde Police Division stated: “This dirt bike was seized from a 16-12 months-previous male in Candren Street.
“We will continue on to do every thing we can to tackle the delinquent conduct seasoned by our Paisley inhabitants as a end result of youths using these bikes in a dangerous fashion.
“It is an offence to journey an off-road bicycle like this in a community park or other types of prevalent land, footpaths and bridleways.
“It is also an offence to ride an unregistered off-road bicycle on a road or other general public position. To ride on non-public land you should really question the permission of the landowner.
“If you want suggestions on wherever it is secure and lawful to use an off-street bike, or if you know who is making use of these bikes and contributing to this dilemma you should call us through 101.”