Two flats in Harlesden that local residents claim were being used as a "crack house" were shut down by police because of "ongoing antisocial behaviour."
Residents of the flats in Fortunegate Road were issued a closure warning by officers on Monday (November 6).
But when antisocial behaviour at the address continued police took action and officially closed two of the flats on Wednesday (November 8) at 3pm.
Harlesden Police tweeted: "MPS Harlesden and MPSBrent have closed a couple of flats that have been causing and adding to antisocial behavior throughout Harlesden."
getwestlondon understands other local residents believed the property was a "crack house" and it was said to be "the main cause of many issues in these roads".
PC Harris of Harlesden Police said: "Following a closure warning on November 6, a couple of flats in Fortunegate Road were officially closed on November 8.
"This was due to ongoing drug-related antisocial behaviour issues at the address."
Police made no arrests when the address was closed.
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