Fiqre Crockwell Murder Investigation Still Active Six Years Later

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) is renewing the appeal for information in connection with the murder of Fiqre Crockwell.

30-year-old Mr. Crockwell was fatally shot minutes before 3am Monday, 20th June 2016, six years ago whilst on Woodlands Road, Pembroke. At the time he had just left a party with a group of friends.

The gunman is believed to have been waiting in the vicinity of Woodlands Road and DeSilva Close, Pembroke when he approached Mr. Crockwell and shot him. The gunman then tried to start a black Honda motorcycle, CF116, which was parked nearby on DeSilva Close.

The gunman was unable to get the motorcycle started and jumped off and ran around in the immediate vicinity, looking for an escape route The gunman was chased by some of Mr. Crockwell’s friends north along Woodlands Road before they lost sight of him around Euclid Avenue, Pembroke.

The gunman is described as being brown complexioned, approximately 6 feet tall, slim, in his 20s, wearing a black helmet with black visor, red shirt or jacket, dark coloured pants and dark coloured shoes.

The BPS is appealing to witnesses or anyone who may have any information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, to contact the Serious Crime Unit on 295-0011 or the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers hotline on 800-8477.


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