The victim of last night’s fatal shooting on Ord Road, Paget has been named as 20-year-old Keni Outerbridge. Mr Outerbridge had been at a party with friends before being gunned down at a property on Tribe Road No 5 at around 10.15pm. He was found lying in the road suffering from multiple gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead after being taken to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital. Today Detective Chief Inspector Peter Stableford suggested that the killing was gang-related – but would not confirm if Mr Outerbridge

Crime Stoppers Bermuda provides an anonymous service designed to protect your identity as you report information on a crime. The majority of people want to help keep their neighbourhoods safe. But you may be anxious about passing information onto the police. Perhaps you fear retribution from criminals, family, or individuals you know. Using Crime Stoppers Anonymous service ensures complete anonymity. This service allows concerned members of the community to report what they have witnessed in a safe way. The burden of knowledge is passed over to Crime

Neighbourhood crime creates fear and impacts quality of life. It can isolate individuals from the communities that are there to offer support and security. It is vitally important that each member of a community feels supported. Everyone should have the chance to contribute positively to their neighbourhood. When it comes to crime, the best way to reduce it is to create a community where criminals fear getting caught. Read on for seven tips on how to help your neighbourhood deter criminals. 1.   Get to know your neighbours Knowing

An investigation has commenced into an incident which took place in the area of the W.E.R. Joel Tennis Stadium on Marsh Folly Road, Pembroke, between 5:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. on Friday, November 4th, 2022. Investigators are particularly interested in speaking with anyone who may be able to identify the two persons featured in the photograph or, the motorcycle they were traveling on. Anyone with information regarding the two suspects or the motorbike, is asked to contact the investigating officer,Acting Sergeant Odessa Philip on 717-2193 or,

Approximately 10:45pm Wednesday 26th October 2022, a woman was sitting outside her home on Princess Street, Pembroke when she was apparently grabbed from behind and a knife placed to her throat. The assailant is then said to have pushed the woman into her residence – however, on seeing another occupant within the home, the assailant retreated. No persons were injured during the incident and no items of value were taken. The suspect has been described as a light complexioned male, approximately 6 feet tall and 19-21

The Bermuda Police Service, (BPS) can confirm the identity of the victim in that fatal stabbing incident which occurred in the car park of Horse Shoe Bay beach, shortly after 11:00 p.m. on Friday September 9th, 2022, as 16-year-old Kanye Ford. Mr. Ford was among a group of individuals gathered at the car park for a private social event when he became involved in an altercation with several other males. Mr. Ford sustained stab wounds to the chest and was attended to at the scene by

“Victims’ Voices Lead the Way” This year’s theme for the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons highlights the importance of listening to and learning from survivors of human trafficking. Survivors are key actors in the fight against human trafficking. They play a crucial role in establishing effective measures to prevent this crime, identifying and rescuing victims and supporting  them on their road to rehabilitation. Many victims of human trafficking have experienced ignorance or misunderstanding in their attempts to get help. They have had traumatic post-rescue experiences during

Today, 19th July 2022, marks five years since the murder of Jahcari Antoni Francis. At the time of his death, Jahcari was 20 years old. Members of the public will recall that it was about 10:40pm on a Wednesday night, 19th July 2017, that Jahcari was shot whilst he was inside of a residence on Upland Street, Devonshire. Inside that residence with Jahcari were three other persons, who were fortunate to not have been injured. Shortly after this shooting, the Bermuda Police Service (BPS) made an

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