A HOTSPOT for drug use, antisocial behaviour and fly-tipping in Oxford was finally fenced off after months of waiting for concerned neighbours.

Police cleared and shut off the Blackbird Leys bridge underpass after multiple reports from locals in October.

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Working with Oxford City Council, the force installed a high metal fence with the aim to halt 'hazardous' behaviour at the hidden spot.

Oxford Mail: Blackbird Leys underpass used by drug users (before)Blackbird Leys underpass used by drug users (before)

Photos shared by the Blackbird Leys team show the closed off underpass cleaned up from litter.

The force urged locals to alert them of other similar locations.

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