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Police track Rebels on Hwy

Another large group of outlaw motorcyclists is reportedly causing trouble on the Pacific Hway today.
Another large group of outlaw motorcyclists is reportedly causing trouble on the Pacific Hway today.

POLICE are this morning tracking a large gang of Rebels bikies who are reportedly upsetting motorists on the Pacific Hway south of Coffs Harbour.

Up to 100 members of the outlaw motorcycle gang have been reportedly committing traffic offences near Urunga and Nambucca Heads.

A truck driver has reported being overtaken illegally by the motorcyclists.

"They just creep up on you, and overtake you, and just dont give a **** . . . I don't know how they live as long as they do.

Another motorist has told 2GB Radio he was overtaken by speeding bikie members over double unbroken lines.

Police commands on the Mid North Coast have been alerted and are said to be monitoring the situation.

Topics:  pacific highway police rebels outlaw motorcycle gang



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