Motorists using a Sainsbury’s car park as a racing track have been warned their vehicles could be seized.

The action has been taken by officers from the Selsdon and Ballards safer neighbourhoods team after receiving complaints about antisocial behaviour in the supermarket car park in Addington Road, Selsdon.

This includes people playing loud music from their cars and racing up and down.

Investigating officer PC Pete Denton said: "This is happening at times when the car park is fairly empty, but it is causing a real nuisance to the other car park users, the shop and to residents who live nearby.

"We've issued these warnings and we will take action and seize the vehicle of any repeat offenders.

"We're also looking at other measures and enforcement activity to try and stamp this out.

"This includes working with the local authority, where appropriate, to apply for criminal behaviour orders or public spaces protection orders under the new Antisocial Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act."