Squatters cleared from former police station in Willesden Green
- Credit: Archant
Officers have cleared squatters out of a disused police station in Willesden Green this afternoon.
Residents reported officers arriving at the former Willesden Green Police Station on High Road, shortly before 2pm.
There is thought to be an ongoing operation to move a community of squatters out of the building.
The building is understood to have passed into private ownership since the police counter was closed permanently in 2013.
It was formerly used to house the Met’s sex crime unit Sapphire and the anti-social behaviour unit for the borough.
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