Information update 20th March 2015

Appeal for Information.
Between 23:15 – 12/03/2015 and 03:30 – 13/03/2015 a white Ford Fiesta registration EK62JJU has been stolen from Burn Oval Trimdon Village. Currently the whereabouts of the vehicle is still not known, anyone with any further information please contact us and quote DHM-13032015-0035.

Farm Watch Operation.
Last Night Local Neighbourhood Police Officers with support from the Durham and Cleveland Road Policing Unit conducted extra patrols in and around local Farms in the Sedgefield, Fishburn and the Trimdons.

As a result of this operation 2 vehicles were seized suspected to have no insurance both drivers reported for document offences, one male arrested for breach of curfew/bail conditions. A vehicle had been stolen from Trimdon Colliery earlier in the night this was subsequently pursued by our colleagues in the Cleveland Force area and two persons were arrested and the vehicle seized.

On the morning of 11th of March 2015 the Neighbourhood Police Team assisted in the arrest of two local youths from Fishburn in relation to a recent shed burglary and a theft from a vehicle. In both crimes tools were taken, as a result of yesterday’s enquires the majority of the tools have now been recovered. Both youths have been bailed pending further enquiries and the tools will be returned to the rightful owners. Anyone who has any further information please contact us using 101.

From Monday 23rd March we will be moving to a new Facebook page called ‘Sedgefield Police’ This is to improve the way we are using our Facebook page and to encourage even more people to like us.

The old page will no longer be used after Monday so please click on the link below to like our new page and keep up to date with what’s going on in Sedgefield Fishburn and the Trimdons.

PACT Meeting Dates.
Trimdon Village – Wednesday the 13th of May 2015 – 6pm at Trimdon Community College Elwick View.
Trimdon Grange and Colliery – Monday the 1st of June 2015 – 6pm at Trimdon Grange Community Centre Kielder Drive.

Please remember to ring 999 only if it’s a genuine emergency, call 101 if not.