A brothel in Nottingham has been shut down in the first closure of its kind in the East Midlands.
Complaints were made about the premises in Radford that led to action on Thursday 20th March when Police and council staff went to shut it down.
It now means that nobody can enter the address for the next three months.
Women, mainly of Chinese origin, were found working at the brothel.
People who were evacuated from their homes following a suspected explosion in Radford have been allowed to return.
A number of local residents, and those who worked at nearby businesses, were asked to leave the area in Alfreton Road.
The road remains closed in both directions between Palin Street and Hartley Road.
It is thought the road will continue to be closed into the rush hour and motorists have been advised to avoid the area. The cause of the explosion is not yet known.
Police investigating the discovery of the remains of a missing person from Coventry have arrested two people today on suspicion of his murder.
Hiralal Chuahan, who was 58 at the time of his disappearance three years ago, went missing from his home in Bowness Close, Radford.
Police had to use DNA testing to establish the identity of the remains, which were found in Wainbody Wood on Sunday
West Midlands Police are questioning a 43-year-old man and 34-year-old woman from an address in the Lower Coundon area of the city.