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Police hunt Leeds bare-chested ambulance jumping man

The man with no top on climbed on the roof of a rapid response car and jumped Image copyright yorkshire ambulance service
Image caption The topless man was caught on CCTV jumping up and down on the roof of a rapid response car outside an ambulance station

A topless man who jumped up and down on a Leeds ambulance is being hunted by police.

West Yorkshire Police said the bare-chested man was caught on CCTV climbing up and jumping on the roof of a rapid response vehicle outside Bramley Ambulance Station on Tuesday night.

Three men walked past the ambulance station at about 23:30 BST on Tuesday 14 May, police said.

One of them jumped on the car, causing criminal damage.

Yorkshire Ambulance Service has tweeted for help to identify the man.

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Rapid response vehicles transport specialist paramedics to an incident and usually can travel faster than ambulances.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101.

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