A closure order has been obtained by police for a property in Slough after evidence of large scale drugs use was discovered.

Following numerous complaints of anti-social behaviour, including noise, intimidation and threats of violence officers from the Slough Neighbourhood Policing Team executed a drugs warrant at 32 Rokesby Road, Slough on Thursday, February 23.

During the warrant, evidence of large scale class A drug abuse was found in the premises.

No arrests have been made at this stage of the investigation but enquiries are ongoing.

A Closure Notice was served on the resident at Reading Magistrates’ Court today (Friday, March 10), closing the property for three months.

Investigating officer, PC Ian Whitlock of the neighbourhood team, said: “I am pleased that this premises has been closed. It has been the source of complaints of anti-social behaviour, and despite being subject to a suspended possession order due to these complaints, the anti-social behaviour continued.

“I hope that this Closure Order demonstrates that we will not tolerate this anti-social behaviour and will act robustly to stamp it out.”