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Police warn motorbikers on land near Thurso not to ride without permission


By John Davidson

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Police in Thurso have warned bike riders that they could face prosecution for using their vehicles on private land.

Officers say they have been made aware of a number of people using quadbikes and motorbikes on the area known locally as the Moors, between Pennyland and Ormlie.

The land is privately owned and the police want to remind people that using motorised vehicles on private land without the permission of the landowner may result in prosecution.

Officers say they would like to encourage those who are using such bikes on the Moors to ensure they have the proper permission to do so.

If anyone has any information regarding the identity of people using motorbikes on this area without permission, they are asked to contact police on 101, citing reference PS-20210216-0560.



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