Police helicopter called in to catch biker in south Leeds in joint operation
A motorbike has been seized after a police helicopter searched south Leeds today.
West Yorkshire Police had received a number of reports about a bike in south Leeds over the last couple of weeks.
Officers from Leeds South Neighbourhood Policing Team and Leeds District Off-Road Bike Team worked together to catch the rider, with the help of the National Police Air Service (NPAS) helicopter.
The bike was seized from the LS11 area.
Officers from the Leeds South Neighbourhood Policing Team said the rider "will be dealt with."
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