Kingston Police asking for public’s assistance to locate erratic motorcyclist
The Kingston Police Traffic Unit is looking for the public’s assistance in identifying a male motorcyclist who they say failed to stop for police on Creekford Rd, while travelling at 103 km/hr westbound from Bayridge Dr today at around 4:15 p.m.
Police say the motorcyclist was wearing a yellow multi-coloured full-face helmet, with a camera attached to the top. The motorcyclist was operating a smaller, dark coloured street-style motorcycle with a rear Ontario licence plate, with an unknown marker (lettering/numbers). The motorcyclist is believed to be a male, with an age between his teens and early twenties, and with an average build.
Kingston Police say the motorcyclist was observed by passers-by travelling to Westbrook Rd, where he turned left (South) and left again, (East) onto Ottawa St.
The motorcyclist then returned to Creekford Rd travelling eastbound, where it was last observed.
Anyone having information regarding this incident may contact Kingston Police Cst. Josh Brimble at 613-549-4660 ext. 6378. Information can also be provided anonymously by calling the Kingston Police general number, 613-549-4660 ext. 0, and asking to remain anonymous.
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My sister and I were just about at the end of Creekford Rd. Going to Westbrook Rd. When this individual on the motorcycle came ripping past, but by the way those Officers were driving in the unmarked pickup trucks I thought for sure you guys would of had him, (hope we didn’t impede a possible takeover or P.I.T of sorts because that would have been the ideal section for such a maneuver if we werent there, also there were no lights or sirens going so we had no idea what was going on until we were passed the intersection)