Appeal for witnesses following collision in St Helens
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We are appealing for information following a collision in St Helens which happened after an incident involving a quad bike and a motorcycle in the area.
At around 10.15pm on Tuesday 11th October, officers were called to a report of a collision on Marshalls Cross Road involving a grey Audi that had driven into several parked vehicles on the road.
The driver and passengers of the vehicle remained at the scene, one had suffered a minor head injury as a result of the collision and was treated at the scene.
Further enquiries in the area established that the riders of a quad bike and motorcycle had caused damage to a parked motor vehicle and had ridden away from the scene and then may have initially been followed by the grey Audi.
Officers arrested three men two aged 26 and one of 31 from the St Helens and Greater Manchester areas on suspicion of driving offences.
An investigation is underway, and officers are appealing for anyone who saw the incident and the quad or scrambler bike involved to come forward with any information they have. It is believed that one of the bikes is black with orange markings.
Detective Inspector Barbara Hebden said: “Although arrests were made shortly after the collision, we are still appealing for anyone to come forward who saw this incident that caused extensive damage to cars and properties in the community.
“If you were on Marshalls Cross Road at the time and saw the collision, have any CCTV and dash camera footage or any information which may assist the investigation, please contact police.”
Anyone who witnessed the incident, or has any information which could assist the investigation, is asked to contact @MerPolCC on Twitter or Merseyside Police Contact Centre on Facebook quoting reference 22000751623.