Paedophile Trevor Spurrier who abused two girls caged as victims urge others to seek help
A man has been jailed after sexually abusing two young girls.
His victims have since urged other people who have gone through a similar experience to tell someone and get help as ‘there is light at the end of the tunnel.’
Trevor Spurrier committed “awful sexual offences, by taking advantage of the girls’ age and lack of understanding”.
He began his abuse of the first girl by sexually touching her on a number of occasions, before moving on to his second victim some time later.
But due to their young age neither girl understood what was being done to them.
West Midlands Police said the pair reported abuse when they were older and detectives from the force’s Public Protection Unit launched an investigation.
Spurrier, 47, of Harborne Lane, Harborne, was arrested in June 2020 and later charged. He admitted five charges of sexual assault during a hearing at Birmingham Crown Court.
Today, (Friday, June 10), Spurrier was jailed for six years and nine months.
He will remain on the Sex Offenders Register for life.
The police force said they have been in regular contact with the victims, guiding them through the legal process and getting them support from organisations who could help them deal with what they had been through.