Officers have issued points to a driver parked on zig zag lines in Radcliffe after residents raised concerns about illegal parking and speeding in the area.

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Radcliffe Neighbourhood officers had just held a community meeting with residents when they spotted the car on leaving.

The car was parked dangerously and was putting pedestrians at risk.

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The driver was given three points and issued a traffic offence report.

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A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Police said: “Radcliffe Neighbourhood officers came out of PACT meeting where residents raised concerns about drivers illegally parking and speeding in the area, came across car illegally parked on Zig Zag lines, putting pedestrians at risk.

“Three points and fined TOR issued.”