By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Police say they issued seven citations after receiving 200 to 300 complaints about motorcycles, ATVs and dirt bikes riding in large groups around Pittsburgh on Monday.

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Pittsburgh police say several of the vehicles were illegal and “driving dangerously on the streets, running traffic lights and stop signs.”

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“Dozens of riders fled the area around Fifth Avenue and Frankstown when Zone 5 officers initiated a traffic stop for an illegal ATV around 4 p.m.,” police said in a release.

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Police say the driver of the ATV received seven citations.