Information Update – 12th July 2012
Overnight 12/07/2012 a shed burglary occurred at Roseberry Road Trimdon Village. The lock was forced from the shed and approximately 15 birds have been taken. Numerous other less valuable/popular birds have been left in their cages. It would appear that whoever is responsible has had knowledge of what birds to take and where they were stored.
Birds taken were: 6 black hooded red Siskins, 2 Parson Finches, 2 Bichenos finches and 5 Bengalese finches. The value of the birds taken is approximately £500.
All birds were red tagged with the initials JBO 12 and were individually numbered; a black bird cage was taken to transport the birds from the scene. Anyone with any information please contact
Two local males from the Trimdon Colliery area have been recently arrested for a number of offences. Some of these offences were in relation to the recent theft from sheds/garages in the Colliery and surrounding areas. Both males are currently on bail and are subject to strict overnight curfew conditions.
As a result of recent complaints of off road motorcycles causing annoyance in Elwick View Trimdon Village a local male was arrested yesterday afternoon on Front Street South . The male was arrested for driving whilst disqualified, resisting arrest and assaulting a Police Officer. The off road bike has been seized and will not be returned to the offending male.
Trimdon Village PACT
The PACT Priority for the Village will remain as Off road Motor Cycles being used in an anti social manner.
We have had some success in recent months tackling this issue and will continue to proactively address this complaint.
This month we will have the assistance of our Off Road Motorcycle team from Durham HQ.
The next Pact meeting will be on Wednesday the 29th of AUGUST 2012 6PM at Trimdon Village Community College .
Trimdon Grange and Colliery PACT
The PACT Priority for the Grange and Colliery will remain as Off road Motor Cycles and Quads being used in an anti social manner in particular around Northside Buildings and Farms..
Next meeting will be on Monday the 20th of August 2012 6pm at Trimdon Grange Community Centre Kielder Drive .
Pc 1636 John Seymour
Trimdon Beat Officer
Sedgefield Neighbourhood Police Team
Non – Emergency Number – 101
Durham Control Room 0345 60 60 365