Police have released drone footage of the moment they disrupted an illegal car cruising gathering in Birmingham - where around 100 people had gathered on the A38.
Road blocks were put in place and stop checks carried out on drivers and around 50 spectators who had lined the streets on Sunday 14 July, between Minworth and Bassets Pole, and Heartland Parkway in Nechells.
A High Court order bans people from taking part in car cruising, including speeding, racing and driving in convoy, performing stunts and causing an obstruction on a public highway − plus spectating or promoting events − across Birmingham, Solihull and the Black Country.
West Midlands Police is now reviewing drone and CCTV footage and will look to prosecute any drivers suspected of breaching the order by joining the car cruise.
Chief Superintendent Steve Graham led Sunday night’s operation - the latest activity codenamed Operation Hercules:
No arrests were made during last night’s operation, but enquiries are on-going.
Anyone who has dash-cam footage of the gathering is asked to contact West Midlands Police.