Shinfield property partially closed by Thames Valley Police

REPORTS of antisocial behaviour has led to the partial closure of a property in Shinfield.

The order was granted by Reading Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, June 24 and will last for three months.

Officers applied for the order against the property in Hollow Lane following a number of reports of anti-social behaviour.

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The closure order prohibits anyone other than specified persons listed on the order from entering the property.

Anyone not named who enters the address will commit a criminal offence.

Investigating officer PC Monika Taranczewska, based at Loddon Valley police station, said: “This property has been the source of significant frustration for the local community.

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“This closure order demonstrates that we deal robustly with reports like this and I believe it will have a positive impact on the quality of life of residents in the local area.

“You can report incidents of anti-social behaviour using our online form or by calling 101. If a crime is in progress then please continue to call 999.”

Reading Chronicle