Hundreds of youths were sent home amid concerns of anti-social behaviour last night. 

Community officers were called to both Milngavie Reservoir and Windyhill Golf Course in Bearsden. 

About 200 youths were gathered nearby Barrachan House and were found "engaging in anti-social behaviour". 

Upon the arrival of officers about 25 were moved on. 

After this cops broke up another large-scale gathering of about 150 people at the golf course on Saturday evening. 

A number of fines were also issued there. 

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A statement from East Dunbartonshire Police said: "Officers have disrupted a large scale gathering of 200+ youths on Windyhill Golf Course.

"A number of apprehensions made by your Community Policing Team. Excessive noise & music, alcohol a significant factor."

A Police Scotland spokesman said: “On Saturday, April 3, 2021, police attend a number of calls in relation to people gathering in large groups in the Milngavie area, particularly at Milngavie Reservoir and in the grounds of a local golf club.

“Around 7.10pm, approximately 25 people were moved on from the reservoir.

"Around 8.30pm, approximately 150 people were dispersed from the grounds of the golf club and a number of fixed penalty notices were issued.”