Police seize two vehicles in Sunderland following concerns from residents

Police have seized two cars in Grangetown and Ryhope after concerns were raised by residents.

Friday, 4th June 2021, 7:18 pm

Neighbourhood officers in Ryhope and Grangetown have seized two cars on Friday, June 4, after residents raised concerns.

Police in both areas have been busy conducting targeted patrols as a result of concerns – with a Mercedes and a Vauxhall Adam uplifted by officers.

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It is reported that one of the vehicles was being driven in an inconsiderate manner and the other was driven without insurance.

In a tweet, Sunderland Police said: “Your Ryhope and Grangetown Neighbourhood officers have been busy conducting targeted patrols in light of residents concerns.

“They have uplifted two vehicles. One being driven in an inconsiderate manner and another for no insurance.”

Police have seized two vehicles in Grangetown and Ryhope following concerns from residents.

It is believed to have been abandoned by the rider after they couldn’t get it started.

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