BALTIMORE - Baltimore City Police are stepping up efforts to get illegal dirt bikes off the streets of Baltimore.
The Department held a news conference to announce a new email address put in place specifically to field tips and complaints about illegal dirt bikes.
Police are asking anyone who knows where an illegal dirt bike is stored to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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