Police give countdown of hare coursers cars seized in Cambridgeshire
Cambridgeshire's Rural Crime Action Team have given a tongue-in-cheek countdown of the top cars chosen by hare coursers across the county this season.
Posting on their Facebook page Policing Fenland followed tradition to leave the top three to last.
The move came after RCAT announced they had taken another hare coursing car off the road on Saturday (March 14).
They said: "This one not taxed since 2015 - unusual to see an Audi Allroad but we have had them. Which car do you think wins this year's most seized?"
They then announced in reverse order the top eight.
Tied in eigth place with one of each: Saab 93, Kia Sorrento, Fiat Sedici, Renault Clio, Renault Laguna, Volvo S40, Ford Focus, Isuzu Trooper, BMW 320d, BMW X5, Range Rover and a Vauxhall Frontera.
In seventh place with two of each: Audi, Citroen Relay, Nissan X-TRAIL and the Mitsubishi L200.
In sixth place with three of each seized: Mitsubishi Shogun/Pagero and Hyundai Santa Fe.
They continued the list on Sunday and asked: "Who's ready for the top five countdown? Plenty of classic coursing cars still in the running. What will it be?
"At number five - A classic German machine. Bit of a theme here, not great off road. The Mercedes ML with four seized this season.
Fourth place goes to a major Japanese contender the Honda CR-V with six seized. Unusual with it's column shift autos, dashboard handbrake and handy pop up table in the boot floor.
"Sliding into the number three spot is the Suzuki Vitara/Grand Vitara. Known for its revvy V6 petrol engines - nine seized
"JEEP and Subaru take joint second on the coursing #CarLeague countdown with 10 of each seized. JEEP holding out for our American cousins.
"And the winner, of the 2019-20 hare coursing car of the year is... The Toyota RAV4!
"Congratulations to all the people who guessed correctly. Twelve were seized."
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