“SEVERAL” drivers have been warned about their speed during checks carried out in Dunbar.

Community police officers have visited Queens Road, Spott Road, Kellie Road and Brodie Road over recent weeks.

A report to Dunbar Community Council noted that “several” drivers had been warned.

Constable Cammy Tait highlighted a number of issues in his written report.

He wrote: “I am aware of some instances of anti-social driving in the High Street area of Dunbar and I am making efforts to address this by increased patrols in the area and public engagement in the form of requests for members of the public to report any instances of concerns, preferably with the pertinent vehicle registration.”

The officer also noted anti-social behaviour patrols had been carried out in an area of Lochend Woods known as the ‘jam pot’.

The area, near the Lochend campus of Dunbar Primary School, is often used by youngsters.

However, the officer was pleased to say there had been no new reports of any concern in the area.

Finally, he confirmed that police had been speaking to cyclists in the town.

He wrote: “We have continued to engage with cyclists who are riding on the pavement or without lights and will keep an eye on this.”