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Motorcycle crime crack down in Aberdeen relaunched by Grampian Police

A summer crack down on motorcycle crime in Aberdeen has been relaunched by Grampian Police.

Operation Trinity saw more than 40 bikes seized by officers last year as they tackled thefts, dangerous riding and other offences.

More than 100 people were also charged during the five-month operation.

Insp Mark Cochrane said: "The anti-social use of motorcycles is a recurring problem for many of Aberdeen's residents."

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