Police appeal to trace vehicle in Royston and Baldock areas

PUBLISHED: 12:48 09 December 2017 | UPDATED: 12:48 09 December 2017

Police appeal to locate car seen in Royston and Baldock areas.

Police appeal to locate car seen in Royston and Baldock areas.


Police are appealing for the public’s help in tracing a vehicle believed to be linked to hare coursing.

Herts Police are looking for a silver Ford Maverick.

The four-by-four is thought to have a registration containing 51.

It has been seen near Royston and Baldock within the last hour.

Police have tweeted: “Occupants are males with dogs.

“Vehicle is believed linked to hare coursing.

“If seen call 999. #OpGalileo”


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