Four suspected coursers have 4x4 seized and sent ‘for bean tins’
- Credit: Policing East Cambridgeshire
Rural crime police officers stopped four suspected coursers who had travelled into the county – sending 4x4 off “for bean tins”.
Police chased the ‘Rusty Rav’ on and off from Ely to Newmarket on Thursday (January 7) before bursting its tyres and bringing it to a stop.
Four occupants – from Kent and Essex – were not only reported for coursing, they were also reported for dangerous driving and COVID breaches.
A spokesperson for Cambridgeshire Police said: “Another Rusty Rav goes for bean tins after being pursued on and off from Ely to Newmarket by the Rural Crime Action Team.
“Big help for the second day in a row from road policing unit who provided additional stinger and pursuit options for the team.
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“The four men from Kent and Essex were reported for dangerous driving, coursing and COVID breaches as well as issued dispersals and community protection warnings.”
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