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#955757 - 21st Jul 2015 6:08pm undercover police: Hyundai i10/20
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just thought i'd let you all know that on my cycle home from work i passed a hyundai i10 (or could have been an i20) with a couple of police officers in the front, in full uniform with the one in passenger seat on their radio. I even had to slow down a bit so they could overtake me so i could get a second glance to confirm they were indeed police officers. It was just a small silver city car that had zero police markings etc, though at closer inspection did have blue lights visable through the front grille so had the necessary equipment inside. seems either the cuts have got to them or they're just used for local policing and not high speed chases...

just thought i'd give you all a heads-up.

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#955759 - 21st Jul 2015 6:16pm Re: undercover police: Hyundai i10/20 [Re: j_demo]
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There's a few of them, been around for months now.
Seen silver ones and light/sky blue ones too.
Certainly shocks people when they pull them over.

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#955762 - 21st Jul 2015 7:23pm Re: undercover police: Hyundai i10/20 [Re: danjaylai]
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I was told a few years ago it doesn`t matter so much about make and model you can get a souped up police car. They look ordinary but can do top speeds. Here`s a few too many! Some with markings.

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=souped...CFQFYFAodTjQA4Q

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#955801 - 22nd Jul 2015 12:09am Re: undercover police: Hyundai i10/20 [Re: j_demo]
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Thanks for that j_demo

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#955815 - 22nd Jul 2015 9:05am Re: undercover police: Hyundai i10/20 [Re: j_demo]
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Registered: 20th May 2011
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This has been going on for some time; back in the 90s my half-shaft croaked on the awkward bend by the church in Caldy, worst possible place in my opinion! Blind corner, for those who don't know it. While I was knocking on a door to use the phone, a small unmarked car containing two policemen drew up and offered to call the breakdown service for me. They didn't tell me they'd charge a whopping fee for doing it, of course... I found that out later.

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#955834 - 22nd Jul 2015 11:56am Re: undercover police: Hyundai i10/20 [Re: j_demo]
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Why would anyone need a "heads up"?

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#955838 - 22nd Jul 2015 12:45pm Re: undercover police: Hyundai i10/20 [Re: j_demo]
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My thoughts as well Gibbo...seems a strange post to make with the end comment

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#955840 - 22nd Jul 2015 1:31pm Re: undercover police: Hyundai i10/20 [Re: j_demo]
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Why would you have two policemen in uniform in an apparently unmarked car? The 'Force' (as they like to call themselves) seem to be required an awful lot of laws and need a massive amount of equipment to do it. Is it time to have national police under one head for the ordinary day-to-day law breaking, and another lot on a national basis for all the other nasty activities? Just a thought.

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#955842 - 22nd Jul 2015 2:05pm Re: undercover police: Hyundai i10/20 [Re: organiser]
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Originally Posted By: organiser
My thoughts as well Gibbo...seems a strange post to make with the end comment


I guess he assumes there are a lot of law breakers on this site who would like to have this information. wink
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#955932 - 23rd Jul 2015 8:34am Re: undercover police: Hyundai i10/20 [Re: chriskay]
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Registered: 2nd Jan 2011
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Originally Posted By: chriskay
Originally Posted By: organiser
My thoughts as well Gibbo...seems a strange post to make with the end comment


I guess he assumes there are a lot of law breakers on this site who would like to have this information. wink


raftl

Also, why would anyone expect a recovery firm to come out and collect their car for free???

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#955953 - 23rd Jul 2015 11:45am Re: undercover police: Hyundai i10/20 [Re: j_demo]
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Perhaps he was pointing out that Merseyside Police can't afford the "Police" stickers any longer?

I'm sure there are plenty of people that would do it very artistically for the price of a can of aerosol, if they want to budget.
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#955957 - 23rd Jul 2015 12:42pm Re: undercover police: Hyundai i10/20 [Re: j_demo]
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Maybe it was a momentary lapse and his halo slipped. Normally very saintly our Mr Demo. smile

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#955963 - 23rd Jul 2015 1:31pm Re: undercover police: Hyundai i10/20 [Re: Dilly]
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Originally Posted By: Dilly
Maybe it was a momentary lapse and his halo slipped. Normally very saintly our Mr Demo. smile
Yes, his current sympathies seem to lie with Muslims and criminals. Interesting that.

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#955969 - 23rd Jul 2015 1:55pm Re: undercover police: Hyundai i10/20 [Re: ludwigvan]
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There must be a few of these going round,my son & his friends were comming back from a Tranmere away game & a car pulled over some fellas got out of course they were panicking especially when one of them got put in the car,the rest of them ran thinking their mate had been kidnapped,turns out they were plainclothes police in an unmarked car.
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#955972 - 23rd Jul 2015 2:13pm Re: undercover police: Hyundai i10/20 [Re: starakita]
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Originally Posted By: starakita
There must be a few of these going round,my son & his friends were comming back from a Tranmere away game & a car pulled over some fellas got out of course they were panicking especially when one of them got put in the car,the rest of them ran thinking their mate had been kidnapped,turns out they were plainclothes police in an unmarked car.
Who needs friends like that eh?

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