A HOUSE being repeatedly taken over by anti-social behaviour has been partially sealed by order of a magistrates' judge – after neighbours raised concerns to the police.

The order on a house on Norrey's Way, Wokingham, was granted on Monday, June 1, by Reading Magistrates' Court under Section 80 of the Anti Social Behaviour, Crime and Disorder Act 2014.

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Police applied for the order against the property following complaints of anti-social behaviour.

The partial closure prevents anyone other than the specified persons listed on the order from entering the property for a period of three months.

Anyone who enters the house will commit an offence and would be liable on summary conviction to imprisonment, a fine, or both.

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PS Emma Read of the Wokingham Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “Our communities have a right to live in their homes without the fear of anti-social behaviour impacting on their personal lives. Now, more than ever, as we encourage people to stay at home as much as they can, our Neighbourhood Policing Team have worked with Wokingham Borough Council and other agencies to secure this 3 month closure order to tackle those issues. We must work together to protect our communities”.

"If you have any information about anti-social behaviour or criminal behaviour in your neighbourhood, you can report this by calling the 24-hour non-emergency number: 101, or online at thamesvalley.police.uk Alternatively, report to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.