NORTH Wales Police are appealing to the public following reports in relation to the use of 'off road' style bikes being used over the weekend.

Residents living in the Pentre Halkyn area of Flintshire are being asked to contact police with any information concerning the use of off road bikes in the location.

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Police are reminding residents of Section 34 of the Traffic Act 1988 which states that it is illegal to drive a vehicle on forestry land, common land, moorland or any land that is not part of a road without authorisation.

A spokesperson said: "If anyone has any footage or any further information that will enable officers to progress their investigations, please let us know."

You can contact North Wales Police directly using their website.