Posted: Fri 22nd May 2020

Closure order served on flat in Bangor after anti-social behaviour complaints

North Wales news and information

A closure order has been served on a flat on a Bangor housing estate following complaints of anti-social behaviour.

The notice was issued today for an address in Maesgeirchen which prohibits anyone other than the registered occupants from entering.

Police said they had taken action after reports from members of the public about repeated incidents of noise, anti-social behaviour and other criminal activities in and around the flat.

Inspector Chris Hargrave said: “This unacceptable behaviour will not be tolerated and we will continue to prosecute offenders.

“A closure notice has today been placed at the location we will deal robustly with any breaches of that order.

“We rely on the support of the public, and information can be passed confidentially through Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.”

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