Community rises up against boy racers By Claire Warrender September 25 2016, 8.47pm Inspector Graeme Neill [[title]] [[text]] An error occurred. Please try again. [[success]] Email address Sign up Police are trawling social media to snare illegal bikers after pictures taken by the community were handed to officers. Members of the public are taking photographs of riders as they race round the region’s streets, risking lives and annoying residents. They are then passing the pictures to the police, who are using them to identify the culprits via the likes of Facebook and Twitter. Kirkcaldy inspector Graeme Neill warned: “It is our intention to go and doorstep them and speak to them.” The tactic is just one of a number of robust measures being taken against boy racers in Fife including the expensive deployment of a Police Scotland helicopter. In Levenmouth, 40 cars have been crushed, hitting illegal drivers in the pocket. For the full story get Monday’s edition of The Courier.