Cambridgeshire Police teamed up with its Rural Crime Action Team over the weekend as part of a day of action to tackle nuisance bikes in Peterborough.

Officers patrolled Paston, Werrington, Gunthorpe and Walton on motorbikes on the lookout for offroad bikes.

Meanwhile, neighbourhood officers patrolled on foot and discussed the effects of anti-social driving with residents.

Officers ended up seizing a bike riding anti-socially along the High Street in Maxey after a tip-off.

A spokesperson for Cambridgeshire Constabulary said: “It was great to be stopped by so many members of the public who wanted to talk to us about the issues and talk about the work that we are doing as a result of your feedback.

“We will be doing these joint days of action in the future to continue tackling the issue, as well as having a regular high-vis presence in a bid to deter any anti-social behaviour.”