INVERCLYDE'S police chief has issued a stark warning to drivers who use their cars in an anti-social manner.

Chief Inspector Paul Cameron spoke out after his officers seized two cars and issued another driver with anti-social behaviour warning notices.

Mr Cameron says Inverclyde police are responding to an increasing number of reports of excessive engine revving, speeding in car parks, hard braking, tyre screeching and wheel spinning.

The chief inspector said: "I am appealing to drivers to stop this kind of anti-social behaviour.

"Police in Inverclyde will continue to target individuals who continue to drive inappropriately.

"We are encouraging people to report issues as they happen and to take note of vehicle registrations.

"If any CCTV, dashcam or mobile phone footage exists we can use this to invoke anti-social behaviour legislation against the driver and the vehicle involved."

To report anti-social driving call the police on 101.