A blind person in Northern Ireland was forced on to a busy road because the footpath they were on was blocked by parked cars.
The incident occurred in the Warran Park area of Lisburn on Thursday morning.
The P.S.N.I. received a complaint about car parking in the area via social media.
"Please remember that pavements are for pedestrians," said the P.S.N.I.
"On the occasion reported a visually impaired person had to move out on to the road with their guide dog to manoeuvre around the parked vehicles.
"This would be the same for anyone pushing a pram or wheelchair users.
"Please do not block footpaths when parking your vehicle, there are numerous public car parks in Lisburn that could be used instead," added police.