Motorists racing through a Staffordshire beauty spot have been warned their vehicles could be seized.
Staffordshire Police say officers will be patrolling near Blithfield Reservoir after reports of anti-social driving from nearby villagers.
The main issues have been speeding vehicles, including motorbikes, racing across the road above the reservoir and noise.
A tweet from East Staffordshire Police reads: “We have seen an increase in anti-social driving around Blithfield. In partnership with the council, a Section 59 warning is now in place for the area.
“Officers will be patrolling and seizing vehicles in response to complaints from the community.”
A Section 59 warning allows the police to give drivers a warning if they are reported to have used their vehicle in a way which is deemed to cause “alarm, distress or annoyance”.
Police have the power to seize their vehicles.