Reports of electric motorbikes "dangerously" weaving between cars, driving at speed and pulling wheelies near a popular Isle of Wight beach and play park, has prompted an appeal from police.

Hampshire and Isle of Wight Constabulary said it has been responding to reports of anti-social behaviour in the Puckpool area.

Between April 26 and May 8, there have been incidents of bikes being ridden "without due care or attention" near Puckpool Park and Appley Beach wall.

The bikes are mostly black, and one has been described as lime green.

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The riders have been seen wearing no helmets, weaving between cars, driving at speed and pulling wheelies.

The vehicles have also not been displaying registration plates.

Legally riders must have a license, insurance, registration, and display L plates, police said.

As part of enquiries, officers are keen to identify the person pictured in this image.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101, quoting 44240193803.