Another High Wycombe flat has been shut down by police amid reports of anti-social behaviour. 

The flat, in Mahoney Court, Oakridge Road, has had a closure order issued on it, meaning only specific people can enter for three months. 

It comes after another flat in McLellan Place, off Chairborough Road, was shut down on June 24 for similar issues with anti-social and criminal behaviour.

The Mahoney Court flat will remain closed until October 1 this year. 

Police officers applied for the order following a number of reports of anti-social behaviour inside.

The order was granted by Wycombe Magistrates' Court. 

Investigating officer PC Glynn McCarthy based at High Wycombe police station said: “This property has been a source of substantial frustration for those who live nearby.

“This closure order demonstrates how seriously we take complaints such as this and I believe that it will have an extremely positive impact on the local community.

“I would like to thank the residents for their patience whilst we dealt with their reports and secured the closure order and would ask that they keep us informed should they suspect that the order is being breached.”

Crime and suspicious activity can be reported online or via non-emergency number 101.

If there is an emergency, or a crime is in progress then call 999.