Closure notice served on home in Denbigh after reports of anti-social behaviour
A home in Denbigh has been closed for 24 hours following reports of anti-social behaviour.
Police said they had received “persistent” calls about disorder in and around the property on Henllan Street.
A closure notice has been imposed which came into force from 6pm today and prevents anyone other than the tenant from being present.
Sgt Peter Evans said: “We would like to thank the community for assisting with enquiries, as a result of which a closure notice has been served on an address believed to be where the disorder stemmed from.”
“The closure notice is a short term measure to afford other residents some respite from the behaviour they have been subjected to.
“It also allows the occupants themselves to seek help if required and consider what the future more stringent consequences could be if this behaviour continues.”
“This step has been taken and will lead to more long term solutions if the situation does not improve.
“People who persistently bring misery on their neighbourhoods should know that we will work with other organisations to enforce and use a wide range of legislation to prevent crime and antisocial behaviour.”
Anyone who has information relating to antisocial behaviour or criminality is asked to contact North Wales Police on 101.
Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or contact the control room direct via the web live chat http://www.north-wales.police.uk/contact/chat-support
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