POLICE have shared photographs of two youths they would like to speak to in connection with their investigation into off-road bikers who are causing a nuisance in a Kidderminster park.

Broadwaters Safer Neighbourhood Team shared the two images on Twitter in an effort to trace the two males pictured using a bike in Springfield Park.

One of the males is wearing dark-coloured jeans and a hooded white and grey top, while the other has light-coloured hair and appears to be wearing a white t-shirt and grey trousers.

Cotswold Journal: Police are looking to speak to these two males as part of an investigation into off-road bikes in Springfield Park in Kidderminster. Photo by @KminsterCopsPolice are looking to speak to these two males as part of an investigation into off-road bikes in Springfield Park in Kidderminster. Photo by @KminsterCops

Police posted on Twitter: "To assist us with enquiries regarding the use of off-road bikes at Springfield Park, we would like to speak with the two people pictured using the bike below.

"If you have any information, please call 101 quoting 423_I_22072020."

The appeal follows a similar plea in June, whereby officers shared a photograph of a male they were looking to trace following off-road biking complaints in the same park.

According to reports from nearby residents on social media, a group of young men can often be seen riding noisy off-road bikes in Springfield Park and along surrounding paths.

One neighbour said the problem was causing dog walkers to avoid the area.