Police patrols have taken place around West Bay and Burton Bradstock following complaints of 'boy/girl racers'.

Officers from Dorset Police have been patrolling anti-social behaviour hotspots after receiving complaints of people driving in an anti-social manner in car parks.

The patrols saw officers visit West Bay Esplanade as well as Cliff Road car park, Hive beach car park and Cogden beach car park.

On this occasion there were no incidents.

As reported, West Bay residents have voiced their concerns regarding 'hooligan boy racers' in the area.

Whilst Business owners have also claimed it’s only 'a matter of time before someone gets seriously injured or killed'.

A spokesperson for Bridport Police said: "This evenings (June 19) mobile patrols were focussed on some of the hotspots ,where we receive complaints regarding boy /girl racers.

"These patrols covered West Bay Esplanade and the car parks , Cliff Road ,Hive Beach Car Park ,and Cogden Beach Car Park. Thankfully it was a lovely evening with no incidents."