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Our community is not a race track

Created on 11/04/2018 @ 17:05
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Police are continuing investigations into "anti-social" behaviour allegedly caused by the drivers of six Mercedes cars in the area.

The six cars were pulled over in Newtown after complaints were received in the Llanidloes area, according to Dyfed Powys Police.

The cars were pulled over near NPTC Group College's Newtown site along the A483 on Sunday.

Police said all of the drivers were given official warnings for anti-social driving and two motorists have been reported for registration plate offences.

Newtown's road policing team took a photo of the vehicles after they were stopped.

It is understood the vehicles were stopped as part of Operation Darwen, a campaign running throughout the spring targeting motorcycle safety and reducing casualties.

A tweet from the Newtown police said: "Six Mercedes stopped following numerous complaints about their manner of driving. Racing is for the track not the highway."

It is understood investigations are continuing.

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