Car seized as Spalding boy racer crackdown continues

Spalding community policing inspector Jim Tyner is promising action against boy racers in the town.
Spalding community policing inspector Jim Tyner is promising action against boy racers in the town.

Police have given a fresh warning that boy racers in Spalding risk having their vehicles taken away if they drive in an anti-social manner.

A 23-year-old man from Sutton St James had his BMW seized by police after a report of vehicles being driven inconsiderately in Holland Market on Friday.

Insp Jim Tyner, community policing inspector for Spalding, said: “On this occasion, the vehicle was seized for having no insurance.

“However, the driving was also given a warning that if they are found committing further anti-social driving at any time in the next 12 months, then their vehicle will be seized.

“This is a warning to others that we will not tolerate vehicles being driven anti-socially.”