Here is what you can try.
docker system prune will delete all dangling data (i.e. In order: containers stopped, volumes without containers and images with no containers). Even unused data, with -a option.
You can also use one of the below option to fulfill your requirement:
For unused image,
docker image prune -a
I hope that it will help you resolve your query.
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