Laurence followed and recorded the bike going more than twice the speed limit on the hill. He pulled it over when it returned to a safer speed.
In interview, faced with photos from 17 camera activations, the rider admitted the offending. He came to court last month.
“Because we all worked really well together we could hold the guy accountable,” says Laurence.
“It sends the message that you might think you can get away with it - but even when you can’t see the plates there are ways to identify people.”
Shaun says it was an unusual case. “We don’t usually get people consistently drawing attention to themselves in one place,” he says.
“It was great teamwork and a great example of PIB supporting the front line.”