Moment two police officer were caught ‘drag racing’ side by side in their patrol cars along 30mph suburban road as force launches probe

  • Ben Phillips filmed the two police cars racing side by side past his house 
  • Mr Phillips, 28, claims the footage shows two police cars trying to race 
  • The incident happened in Milford Haven, Pembrokshire on December 31, 2021
  • Dyfed-Powys Police confirmed the incident is currently under investigation 

Two police drivers were caught on camera in a ‘drag race’ side-by-side in their powerful patrol cars on a suburban road.

The pair are being investigated after two marked police cars were seen lining up before racing off together on both sides of the road.

Householder Ben Phillips caught the pair on a 47-second CCTV clip from his home security camera – and was shocked at the apparent road race.

Mr Phillips, 28, captured the moment clip when one police car reverses to line up next to the other ‘like the drag race in the movie Grease’.

Then it shows the two cars apparently revving up next to each other – before then ‘taking off’ at speed at the same time.

Ben Phillips saw two police cars seemingly race each other on a 47-second CCTV clip from his home security camera in Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire 

Dyfed-Powys Police said the cars were attending an incident on the Mount Estate on New Year’s Eve

Mr Phillips said the officers were ‘drag racing in a built-up 30mph area’ at the Mount Estate in the seaside town of Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.

He said: ‘They had been called to an incident on the estate, before reversing out side-by-side. They spoke for 15 seconds then took off side-by-side.

‘It’s a 30mph area, with lots of children around.’

Mr Phillips captured the incident through CCTV footage from his first floor flat just before 4pm in broad daylight.

He said the cars then pulled over – and he went down to the street to challenge the officers about their behaviour.

He said: ‘I went down and said to a sergeant: “It’s one law for you, one law for everyone else”.

‘It’s not right to do that. It should be investigated.’

Mr Phillips captured the incident through CCTV footage from his first floor flat just before 4pm in broad daylight

Dyfed-Powys Police said it received a complaint after officers attended an incident on the Mount Estate, Milford Haven at on December 31.

A force spokesman told MailOnline: ‘Dyfed-Powys Police received a complaint following their attendance at an incident in Milford Haven, at approximately 15:45 on Friday, 31 December 2021.

‘We have been in liaison with the parties involved and this matter has been referred to our Professional Standards Department for their consideration.’

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