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4 motorbikes over 1000cc seized; No arrests made- RVIPF

4 motorbikes over 1000cc seized; No arrests made- RVIPF

The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) has said it seized four motorbikes well over the legal size limit allowed in the Territory.

The seizures were made over the weekend.

According to a press release from the RVIPF today, June 28, 2022, an off-duty officer spotted the motorbikes while in the Cane Garden Bay area and alerted several teams of officers including Customs to help in confiscating the motorbikes.

It said officers of the Armed Response Team, Road Policing Unit, Marine Unit and Customs were supported by officers of the RVIPF senior management team in this seizure.

According to police, the motorcycles have been moved to a 'secured location' as investigations are ongoing in the matter.


3 bikes were 1300cc- RVIPF


“The four motorbikes were over the size of 1000cc, three of those carried 1300cc,” Police said.

According to the release, the motorcycles have been moved to a "secured location" as investigations are ongoing in the matter.

“There have been no arrests in relation to this seizure,” the RVIPF stated.

Commissioner of Police Mark Collins applauded the efforts of the various teams in moving timely and quickly over the weekend to seized these bikes.

The Customs Regulations specifies that the present legal size limit for motorbikes in the VI is 125cc.

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