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Nottinghamshire Police appeal as part of Operation Jericho after crop fields damage by illegal off-road vehicles and quad bikes in north Nottinghamshire





Incidents of quad bikes tearing up farmer’s field have led police to call for information.

Following ongoing issues of off-road vehicles destroying crops at a farm in the north of Nottinghamshire, a wider appeal has been issued to report this sort of behaviour.

At the farm in question thousands of pounds of damage has been done to crops which will not grow back, impacting the farmer financially.

Police have appealed for information after reports of quad bikes and other off-road vehicles destroy crops by entering farming fields without permission.
Police have appealed for information after reports of quad bikes and other off-road vehicles destroy crops by entering farming fields without permission.
Police have appealed for information after reports of quad bikes and other off-road vehicles destroy crops by entering farming fields without permission.
Police have appealed for information after reports of quad bikes and other off-road vehicles destroy crops by entering farming fields without permission.
Police have appealed for information after reports of quad bikes and other off-road vehicles destroy crops by entering farming fields without permission.
Police have appealed for information after reports of quad bikes and other off-road vehicles destroy crops by entering farming fields without permission.

Nottinghamshire Police say incidents such as this are the reason they launched Operation Jericho, targetting the illegal use of off-road vehicles.

The aim is to help farmers that is suffering from people on quad bikes and motorbikes using their land without permission.

If you see any of this activity, contact the police at the time by calling 101 or 999 to make a report..



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