Dear West Mercia Police,
Please could you provide me with the motorbike fleet list for the years 1967-1971 just after the amalgamation of Shropshire, Hereford & Worcester. I am trying to trace an old BSA motorbike that my Dad was issued with at Much Wenlock in 1969 in particular the reg no’ which he can’t quite remember
I look forward to your reply
Dear Mr Grass
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST REFERENCE NO: 64931
I write in connection with your request for information which was received
on 17^th March 2021. Please find below the response to your request:
Please could you provide me with the motorbike fleet list for the years
1967-1971 just after the amalgamation of Shropshire, Hereford & Worcester.
I am trying to trace an old BSA motorbike that my Dad was issued with at
Much Wenlock in 1969 in particular the reg no’ which he can’t quite
No information held - all fleet records are disposed of 7 years after the
vehicle has left service.
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accurate as possible
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Ms V Lewis
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