AN Audi declared off road was seized after being left parked on a residential street.

Yesterday afternoon, officers from West Yorkshire Police’s Bradford South Area Policing Team, attended Carrbottom Avenue after receiving a number of reports regarding a vehicle being left in the residential street taking up valuable parking spaces.

Officers identified the vehicle, and Audi, and established that it was declared off road. It was then seized and removed from the street.

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A police spokesman said: “It’s safe to say it won’t be causing any further issues for the residents.”

A vehicle registered as off road has to be stored in a garage or off the public highway, and cannot be used on the road until it is fully taxed.