Police have closed off a house in Great Yarmouth for three months after neighbours complained about anti-social behaviour.

The property on Elsie Road in Cobholm has had several reports of anti-social behaviour over the past three months.

In January a partial closure order was granted for the address which meant, by law, a restricted amount of people were allowed to enter the address.

Great Yarmouth Mercury: Police at the property in CobholmPolice at the property in Cobholm (Image: Great Yarmouth Police)

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Three months later the police have continued to receive complaints - with several people in the address breaching this order.

This has prompted police to issue a full closure order on the property with nobody allowed inside the house without a reasonable excuse.

In action for the next three months, anybody in breach of these rules can be arrested.

A spokesman for Great Yarmouth Police said: "Thanks again to residents who've been engaging with us in the quest for some peace and quiet on this road."