Crackdown continues on motorcyclists in Eythorne quarry
POLICE have vowed to continue to crackdown on motorcyclists using the quarry in Eythorne.
The warning has come after neighbourhood officers stopped three riders at the former Tilmanstone Colliery site in Pike Road.
On April 14, a 46-year-old man and a 15-year-old boy from Ramsgate were issued with warnings for using a trials bike and a pit bike in the quarry.
Three days later, a 23-year-old Dover man riding a pit bike was stopped and given a warning.
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If any of them are stopped again for causing a nuisance, police will be able to seize their bikes.
PC Richard Callaghan said: "Nobody has permission to ride on the land."