Riverside Housing Association’s neighbourhood manager Kathy Dumbell said: “We are sorry to hear that Ms Bailey is suffering from acts of anti-social behaviour and that she has recently been a victim of burglary.
“We take reports of anti-social behaviour in our neighbourhoods very seriously. Following complaints from Ms Bailey we are working with Cheshire Police and their specialist officers to get to the root of the problem.
“As a result of our liaison with the police they have installed enhanced security devices at the property. We are continuing to work with them throughout their investigation as part of our zero tolerance approach to anti social behaviour.”