AN eleven-day search on a house in Northwich has finally come to an end, with police revealing they have found a number of items. 

However, because of the ongoing investigation police are currently unable to disclose what those items are.

The search began at an address on Carlton Road on Monday, February 1 and 58-year-old Trevor Daniels was arrested on Tuesday.

Daniels appeared at West Cheshire Magistrates' Court on Wednesday, February 3 charged with two counts of threatening to kill police officers and one count of resisting arrest.

Chief Inspector Simon Meegan said: “I can now confirm that the search of the address on Carlton Road is now complete, and officers are expected to leave the site later today.

“I would like to thank local residents for the support that they have provided during this investigation.  Throughout the search period officers tried to keep disruption to a minimum, although I understand that the search may have been an inconvenience for local residents.

“I would also like to reassure local residents that we are currently working with Cheshire West and Chester Council to repair any of the damage that has been caused to the grass verges in the area as a result of the search.”

Daniels was remanded in custody and will appear again at Chester Crown Court on March 1. 

During the search a number of emergency vehicles from the police, fire and ambulance services were parked in Carlton Road and Manora Road, near to Vickersway Park, during the search, at a house in Carlton Road, and blue tents were put up to the front and side of the house.