Kids were caught throwing eggs at an ASDA supermarket as Mischief Night thugs smash windows and throw fireworks at people.
Problems started early in the evening on Friday with people stating that large gangs of young people were causing problems across Merseyside.
Property was damaged and many were left distressed by the behaviour that has affected many who were going about their business.
On Twitter, Merseyside Police confirmed that a group of children had been throwing eggs at the doors of the ASDA on Grange Road, in Birkenhead.
They said: "Following reports of youths throwing eggs at Asda, Grange Road, one youth was identified by CCTV and was then sighted by officers.
"He has been given a direction to leave and his bike has been seized. He cannot return for 48 hours."
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Elsewhere in Wallasey, one man posted a picture of his smashed windscreen asking parents if they know where their children are.
He said: "Parents, do you know where your kids are? Wallasey tonight, one of many."
On Park Road North, in Wallasey, one man said: "Some people’s little darlings have just pushed over my elderly disabled neighbours car in Park Road North.
"About eight of them on bikes.
"So if you live around this area and your kid is out on a bike why don’t you go and see what there actually up to."
In another Facebook group, a woman reported that a gang of children on Rice Lane threw fireworks at a car that was carrying a small baby.
When police arrived to disperse them, the gang reportedly also threw fireworks at officers.
The post said: "So the dragged up kids just threw fireworks at car with new born baby.
"Then police come and they done same to police. No respect.
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"If they are your kids get a grip of them before they really hurt someone."
Public transport was also disrupted in many areas with both Stagecoach and Arriva tweeting to say they would be avoiding certain areas for the rest of the evening.
Liverpool service 20/21 on Stagecoach was diverted along Valley Road, in Anfield, due to vandalism.
Service 19 was also terminated at Moorgate due to vandalism.
Arriva North West tweeted to say that routes would not be serving around Birkenehad Park for the rest of the night due to antisocial behaviour and buses being damaged.
Routes 62, 68A, 300 and 310 are also diverting away from Rice Lane due to buses being vandalised and will be diverted along Southport Road.
Routes 56 & 58 will be using Dunnings Bridge Road, Copy Lane and then terminating at Old Roan Station.
These services will be diverted around most of the Netherton area. This is expected until last bus tonight.