Police shut down Stevenage house linked to investigation into stabbing of police dog Finn and PC Wardell
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Police have acted in partnership with Stevenage Borough Council to shut down an address linked to the ongoing investigation into the stabbings of police dog Finn and PC Wardell in Stevenage a fortnight ago.
A notice has been placed on the door of the house in Rowland Road today banning anyone from entry.
Police have confirmed the house has been a focus of anti-social behaviour related to the use of drugs, and is linked to the five people who were arrested in the wake of the stabbings.
Insp Simon Tabert of Herts police, said: “This demonstrates our ongoing partnership with Stevenage Borough Council and shows how we actively respond to information provided to us by members of the public.
“It is a significant step forward in the current investigation into the stabbings of PC Wardell and PD Finn.
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“If you are involved with drugs or having pressure applied to you in relation to drugs in any way, you should contact us on 101.”
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