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About sharing image copyrightPA image captionTim Dowd was freelance TV director who worked on a of well known soap operas and dramas A former Coronation Street director has been convicted of attempting to incite a year-old girl to engage in sexual activity.
Tim Dowd, 66, of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, had intimate online chats with a police officer who was posing as a teenage girl in January He denied four child sex offences but was found guilty at Leeds Crown Court. Dowd, who also worked on Emmerdale and Heartbeat during his year career, is due to be sentenced on 21 March.
A jury heard how the ex-freelance TV director, of Chatsworth Grove, Harrogate, asked the undercover officer questions about "phone sex" and tirl she send naked pictures of herself over a four-day period between 12 and 15 January.
During the three-day trial, the court heard he gil the policewoman, who adopted the username Chantelle13Cymru, on a chat site before contacting her on WhatsApp, when he made further sexualised requests. Giving evidence anonymously, the officer said she was able to pose as a year-old girl despite having to input an age above 16 to register on the site. The court heard he lost his job shortly after being arrested in Leeds.
He was convicted of three counts of attempting to incite to engage in sexual activity and one count of attempting to engage in sexual conversations with for the purpose of sexual gratification. Related Topics.