Police have announced they will step up patrols in the beach and harbour areas of Aberdeen to crack down on antisocial driving.
The Seaton community policing team will be carrying out additional late night patrols at the Beach Boulevard retail park and surrounding streets after concerns were raised by locals.
Among the issues that have been reported are speeding, revving engines and people driving circuits.
Sergeant Claire Smith said: “Anyone found to be acting in an antisocial manner will be dealt with and where circumstances permit, the use of antisocial legislation to seize a vehicle will be made use of.
“A moped was seized two weeks ago from the beach area as a result of antisocial behaviour. General socialising is not an issue but our message is clear, anyone found to be acting in an antisocial manner will be dealt with robustly.”
Police will also be checking the harbour in an effort to prevent people parking in restricted areas.