ALCOHOL testing kits are to be used in St Neots in the fight against the town's under-age drinkers. Trading Standards officers will be testing drinks after discovering many teenagers are pre-mixing drinks and taking them out on the town in unmarked plastic bottles. The kits will be used as part of the Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) project, which aims to crack down on - and educate - under-age drinkers and the people who supply them with drink. Police and Trading Standards officers have already started to have an impact on under-age drinking. During a joint operation on the evening of Friday, October 26, officers carried out spot checks at the town's hotspots, including St Neots Road and the rear of St Neots Community College. In three hours they confiscated 33 cans of beer, a bottle of vodka and a plastic bottle filled with vodka and coke. Charlotte Wilson, project manager for the CAP, said the operation was a huge success.