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Police have secured a closure order at a home in Hester's Way, Cheltenham, to help protect a vulnerable person living there from being exploited.
The order, which was secured by the Solace team in Cheltenham, prevents anyone other than the current occupant and named individuals from entering the property. Anybody who does enter faces being arrested.
It comes after reports that people were engaging in anti-social behaviour and criminal activites at the house.
Aside from the current occupier, the only people legally allowed to be inside the property are emergency services and council workers.
The closure order, which runs for three months until Sunday 14 May, was granted on Wednesday 15 February at Cheltenham Magistrates’ Court.
If you have any concerns for a neighbour, you can contact your neighbourhood policing team through Gloucestershire Constabulary’s website: https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/contact/af/contact-us/us/contacting-a-member-of-staff-or-team/