off the road and left him for dead. Officers said thugs targeted 25-year-old J
amie Lee Manwaring as he drove his quad along Ainsdale Beach in Southport on Sunday, June 28. The yobs were wearing balaclavas and were wielding a gun as they chased Jamie off the beach and through nearby streets at speed. They then rammed him, forcing him off his quad bi
ke and leaving him for dead, lying in the road, reports the Liverpool Echo. Police said they stole his quad bike and fled. Paramedics arrived and took Jamie to hospital where he was treated for his injuries. The carjackers are believed to have been driving a white Nissan Juke at the time of the attack. It is believed to have been stolen during a burglary in December. A family member said: They left him not knowing if they had even killed him. Attack: Thugs targeted 25-year-old Jamie as he drove his quad along Ainsdale Beach He is devastated and very shaken up. These lads need catching
and fast, they have quads or hang around with lads on quads. They have black matt helmets, some have Scouse accents. They come and take what they want by chasing people off the road. Dont let them get away with this. We want more information. There is a big reward leading to this quad and these lads. They were in Southport last Sunday, June 28, Ainsdale Beach, does it ring a bell? Any information could be helpful. Jamie was driving on the beach when he spotted the men acti
ng suspiciously. He believes they may have been targeting the Southport Lifeboat centre. He said: I tried to have a closer look to see what they were up to, as Id have called the police straight away. They started chasing me and put something that looked like a gun to the wind
ow. Ive never been so terrified. We tried to swerve them but they flew into the back of the bike and I came right off it and was knocked unconscious on the floor. One eye-witness said: It wasnt like anything Ive seen around here before, it looked like a scene from a police camera chase TV show. Did you see anything or do you have any information? Please call police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.