Posted: Tue 28th May 2024

Updated: Tue 28th May

Police close Caernarfon property over suspected drug use and anti-social behaviour

North Wales news and information

A property in Caernarfon has been closed by police due to suspected drug use and anti-social behaviour.

A three-month closure order was served on the address at Hyfrydle, which will last until August 26th.

It prevents anyone other than the occupant from entering the property and anyone found to breach the notice will be arrested.

A North Wales Police spokesperson said: “We thank residents for raising concerns with us and encourage anyone to report any further incidents to us.

“If you have information about drug supply or anti-social behaviour in your area, contact CrimeStoppers completely anonymously via 0800 555 111 or via their website.”

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