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18 August 2011, 10:20 | Updated: 18 August 2011, 10:25
A cafe in Peterborough, which Police suspect was being used by dealers supplying Class A drugs, has been shut down.
The Dolce Mel Cafe in Lincoln Road will now stay closed until early November after Magistrates granted a closure order.
Anybody caught inside the cafe before then can be arrested.
DC Liam Sweeney said: "This should send a clear warning that anyone suspected of using their property for drug use faces being evicted.
We will not tolerate anti-social behaviour and will use all the powers at our disposal to ensure people who think such activity is acceptable will be punished."
In November, the cafe will either re-open or Police can apply for an extension if they suspect further offences have taken place.