Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle in Springwood, QLD

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Police are appealing to the public for assistance to identify a motorcyclist who performed a burn-out at the Springwood Police Station yesterday, Queensland Police say.

Around 5.20pm on Thursday September 13, a male rider dangerously operated his motorcycle in the driveway of the Pacific Highway station.

While performing the illegal manoeuvre the man fell from his motorcycle, before climbing back on and riding away.

The man was last seen travelling south on the Pacific Highway Service Road.

It’s believed he was wearing Bandidos Outlaw Motorcycle Gang (OMCG) colours at the time.

Police are appealing to anyone who was in the area around the time or the event and witnesses something – or has dashcam footage – to come forward.

Please see the below link to access vision in relation to the incident: Video

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