Police wage war on drugs in Doncaster

Supt Colin McFarlane outside a flat which has been 'closed'
Supt Colin McFarlane outside a flat which has been 'closed'

A flat in Doncaster has been 'closed' by South Yorkshire Police over concerns that it has been used for drug dealing.

A closure order hearing is to be held at Doncaster Magistrates' Court today with a view to banning people from the property for a further three months.

A notice has been placed on the door of the flat in Cadeby House, Balby Bridge, detailing that nobody is allowed to enter the property

South Yorkshire Police is concerned that drug dealing is regularly taking place at the flat.

The force also has concerns about anti-social behaviour at the property.

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