Police say anti-social behaviour must stop
Manx police say anti-social behaviour in the Island's capital has to stop after an increase in incidents around Douglas promenade.
Officers from the Central Neighbourhood Policing Team claim more unruly teenagers have been causing disruption in recent weeks.
The police have received further reports of anti-social behaviour by juveniles in Douglas during the Easter holidays.
The Constabulary insists the majority of local young people are well behaved, but that those caught committing offences will be dealt with.