A haul of alcohol and tobacco was seized from underage youths by police in a Highland village.
The drink, which included a bottle of malt whisky, vodka, cans of various brands of lager and cider, was taken from a group of youngsters in Ballachulish on Friday night.
Four pouches of rolling tobacco were also removed from their possession after concerned locals called the police.
The force confirmed that local officers confiscated the items from underage youths.
Officers said that this type of antisocial behaviour is particularly dangerous at this time of year and sent out a plea to the public to contact police if they see anything similar taking place.
PC Stephen Cooper, of Glencoe Police Station, said: “We will act on information given to us in an effort to keep our young people safe and tackle any anti-social behaviour.
“Given the time of year and the cold weather, there are greater risks associated with this type of behaviour and we would encourage members of the community to contact police should they witness it or have any concerns.”
A police spokesman added: “Following complaints and concerns raised by the local community, a group of youths were spoken with in the Ballachulish area and the alcohol and tobacco pictured was seized.”
Anyone with information should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.