Following script could help remove all of the docker images starting with a specific prefix. Save the script in a file namely, rmImages.sh. Change the permission using the command such as “chmod u+x rmImages.sh”. Execute the script using the command such as ./rmImages.sh. And, that is it. it would help you delete all the images starting with a specific prefix.

function removeUnwantedImages() {
DOCKER_IMAGE_IDS=$(sudo docker images | grep "$imagePrefix" | awk &#39;{print $3}&#39;) if [ -z "$DOCKER_IMAGE_IDS" -o "$DOCKER_IMAGE_IDS" == " " ]; then echo "---- No images available for deletion ----" else sudo docker rmi -f$DOCKER_IMAGE_IDS
fi
}

read -p "Delete images whose prefix is: " imagePrefix
removeUnwantedImages