Images of off-road bikers on private land in Hatfield Heath released by Essex Police

PUBLISHED: 11:25 27 August 2018 | UPDATED: 11:25 27 August 2018

Images released by Essex Police of off-road bikers in Hatfield Heath. Picture: ESSEX POLICE

Images released by Essex Police of off-road bikers in Hatfield Heath. Picture: ESSEX POLICE

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Essex Police have issued a number of images of people who have been photographed on off-road motorcycles on private land in Hatfield Heath.

The bikers are believed to be coming from the direction of Sawbridgeworth and Sheering. Picture: ESSEX POLICEThe bikers are believed to be coming from the direction of Sawbridgeworth and Sheering. Picture: ESSEX POLICE

The images have been captured over the last couple of months.

The bikes are coming on to the land at weekends and mainly Sundays, causing damage.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Paul Harris, Essex Watch Liaison Officer on 101 . Picture: ESSEX POLICEAnyone with information is asked to contact Paul Harris, Essex Watch Liaison Officer on 101 . Picture: ESSEX POLICE

Essex Police said the bikers are believed to be coming from the Sawbridgeworth or Sheering directions.

A police spokesman said: “We appreciate you can’t see any faces but someone may know who they are from some of the distinctive clothing.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact Paul Harris, Essex Watch Liaison Officer on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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