PARENTS in Rosyth have been urged to know what their children are up to after reports of youths throwing snowballs at passing cars.

A post on South West Fife Police Twitter feed said incidents had occurred on Queensferry Road.

"A few calls to Queensferry Road in Rosyth for youths throwing snowballs at passing cars," it stated. "Parents/guardians, as you can probably imagine, this weather is keeping us busy enough.

"Please know where your children are and what they’re up to."

The incident was the latest in a spate of anti-social behaviour in the town which has prompted warnings from police.

Officers were called to reports of unruly youths gathering in The Woodlands area on January 30 which saw damage caused by fire and graffiti.

Earlier in January, fed up officers took to social media to tell parents to "have some control" after receiving numerous calls about youth disorder taking place despite the lockdown restrictions.