A 34-year-old man has been banned from entering a YMCA, a town centre, and two different streets in Huntingdonshire.

Terry Dymoke, of Payne Road, Sawtry, has been handed a five-year Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO), after his "persistent offending" has "caused misery" for Huntingdonshire residents.

The CBO was issued following convictions for anti-social behaviour and drug-related offences across the district.

It is in place for five years, and imposes strict limits on Dymoke's activities. He must not:

  • Enter the area of Huntingdon Town Centre during business trading hours of 8am and 8pm
  • Enter the YMCA in Sheep Market, St Ives
  • Enter Payne Road in Sawtry or Langley Road in St Ives

PC James Woore said: "Dymoke's persistent offending and general anti-social behaviour has caused misery in the community.

"We're pleased the courts imposed the order, which will provide relief to local businesses and residents. It will also encourage Dymoke to seek the help he needs to get his life back on track."

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