Police are aiming to clampdown on antisocial behaviour in parts of Southbourne.

Bournemouth Police say there has been an increase in antisocial behavious in Lingdale and Cranleigh Roads.

In a post on Facebook, a spokesperson for Bournemouth Police said: "Local youths are believed to be responsible and one parent has been informed so far.

"This behaviour is unfair on residents and is often carried out in close proximity to where the offenders live - thus affecting neighbouring properties."

The team also updated followers on their work that week, with a visit to Hengistbury Head Residents Association completed.

There, they had spoken to residents about their plans for tackling antisocial "nuisance vehicles" in the area.

"We aim to maximise our capabilities by joint working with partner agencies and in 2022 we are adopting a preventative, proactive and enforcement approach."

The team also dropped in on the cliff lift team at Fisherman's Walk.

Bournemouth Echo: Visit to cliff lift team. Picture from Bournemouth PoliceVisit to cliff lift team. Picture from Bournemouth Police