Saint-Quentin RCMP Seek to Identify Dangerous Motorcycle Rider

Saint-Quentin, New Brunswick – The Saint-Quentin RCMP detachment is asking for the public’s help in identifying the driver of an unlicensed dirt bike involved in a dangerous driving incident with police.

On May 15, 2020, around 6:55 p.m., RCMP members attempted to stop an off-road dirt bike driving dangerously on Guimond Road in Saint-Quentin. The dirt bike drove at the police vehicle, narrowly avoiding a collision, before fleeing the scene across Route 17 against a red light at a high rate of speed.

Police were able to capture images of the dirt bike and driver. The dirt bike is described as being white and yellow with a grey star on the front. It did not have a licence plate. The driver is described as a man, wearing a white helmet with grey or green markings on it, a grey hoodie with red lettering “HH” on the front, dark pants, and a black backpack.

Dirt Bike Rider
Dirt Bike Rider
Dirt Bike Rider Rear View
Dirt Bike Rider Rear View

Anyone who witnesses a dangerous driving incident is asked to call 911 to report it. Providing a description of the vehicle, the driver and direction of travel can help police respond and take dangerous drivers off the road.

Anyone with information about the dirt bike pictured here, the driver, or who may have witnessed this particular incident is asked to contact the Saint-Quentin RCMP at 506-235-2149. Information can also be provided anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or

Saint-Quentin RCMP

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