COPS in Glasgow have seized "drugs" and made "multiple arrests" following a crackdown on anti-social behaviour.

Officers say they have been clamping down on the issue along the city's River Clyde recently.

As part of their work, police said they have seized drugs, issued fines, and made "multiple" arrests around the Bandstand and Clyde walkway areas.



A spokesperson for the force said: "This week, our Riverside Cycle patrol officers continue their daily patrols along the River Clyde, tackling anti-social behaviour.

"This includes fixed penalties being issued, drugs being seized and multiple arrests being made around the Bandstand and Clyde walkway areas."