Police seek cyclists after altercation in Hemingbrough ended in driver's car being damaged

The altercation between the cyclist and driver happened in Main Street, Hemingbrough. Picture: Google
The altercation between the cyclist and driver happened in Main Street, Hemingbrough. Picture: Google

Police are trying to trace two cyclists after an altercation in a village near Selby ended with a driver's car being damaged.

It happened when the cyclists and a woman in her 40s were travelling through Hemingbrough on July 13.

Also in crime: 'Vile' abuse sent to Brexit-backing Yorkshire MP Andrea Jenkyns to be probed by Metropolitan Police

The woman, who was driving a silver car, was involved in an altercation with a male cyclist before damage was caused to her vehicle.

The other male cyclist was not involved in any offence, North Yorkshire Police said today.

Now officers want to trace the cyclists and speak to anyone who saw the incident, which happened in Main Street at around 6.20pm that evening.

A spokesman said: "Officers are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident and are asking for anyone who can assist them to come forward."

Also in crime: Yorkshire's police helicopter team apologises for noise after catching two burglars

The cyclists are both described as male and aged in their 50s.

One of the men was wearing a red top with black shorts and the other wearing a grey cycling top and black shorts.

Email nigel.collins@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk or call 101, select option 2, and ask for Nigel Collins.

Information can also be provided independent charity Crimestoppers can be contacted on 0800 555 111.

Also in crime: Charity takes action after huge rise in disability hate crimes

Please quote the North Yorkshire Police reference number of 12180127152.