A High Wycombe flat has been shut down for three months by police for criminal and anti-social behaviour.

The flat - in McLellan Place, off Chairborough Road - was slapped with a closure order by Wycombe Magistrates' Court on June 24. It will last for three months.

Police applied for the closure order amid a string of complaints from neighbours about anti-social and criminal behaviour.

It means that anyone other than the specific people listed on the order cannot enter the flat.

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

Investigating officer PC Glynn McCarthy, based at High Wycombe police station, said: “As part of a block of flats, this property has been the source of significant frustration for the local community.

"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.

"I would like particularly like to thank Red Kite for their assistance in obtaining this closure order.”

You can report a crime or anything you deem to be suspicious on the Thames Valley Police website or by calling 101.

If a crime is in progress then call 999.