TWO people were arrested after entering a house in Oxford connected with anti-social behaviour.

The Blackbird Leys Neighbourhood Team obtained a closure order from Oxford Magistrates' Court for a house on Sandy Lane on February 25.

Writing on social media at the time, the force said: "The BBL Neighbourhood Team have obtained a closure order for an address on Blackbird Leys.

"The property and its visitors have been the source of persistent ASB and criminality.

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"We will safeguard those who require it and remove those who seek to do harm in this community."

A neighbourhood sergeant confirmed that the two in custody for breaching the closure order are the same people who were taking advantage of the vulnerable tenant.

A closure order makes it illegal for anybody other than the residents, emergency service workers, council employees or landlord to get into the house for three months from today.