As investigations continue into the spate of smash and grab burglaries, which have impacted a number of businesses across the island, the Bermuda Police Service (BPS) wish to remind members of the public, it is a crime to purchase or receive stolen goods. Should you be approached by individuals offering items for sale, particularly high-end electronic items, you should ask for proof of ownership. If you suspect the items are stolen, you should contact 211 or the main police number, 295-0011 and provide a description of

Around 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 3rd, 2023, police responded to a report of a robbery, which occurred in the carpark of Mr. Chicken, Somerset Road, Sandys. Upon police arrival, it was discovered that a 55-year-old male had been attacked by a group of men, one of them being armed with a knife. The victim sustained multiple injuries in the attack, including lacerations to his face and arm. One of the suspects is described as being a tall brown-skinned male, who is alleged to have taken a

Keyoshe ROBINSON was reported missing at 5:10pm on Wednesday 4th May, 2022. He was last seen alive around 10:00pm Tuesday 3rd May 2022, in the St. George’s town area. Mr. ROBINSON was at the time wearing grey sweatpants, a dark coloured sleeveless ‘puffy’ vest and a grey ‘hoodie’ with black rings around the sleeve cuffs underneath. He was also wearing white sneakers. We are of the view that Mr. ROBINSON knew his killers, and may have been lured to the location where he was murdered

On Wednesday 6th April 2022, the Bermuda Police responded to a report of an unresponsive person at the side of the road, west of the Clear Water Beach Roundabout, Southside Road, St. Georges. The police responded and initial enquiries revealed that the victim had been shot and died as a result of his injuries. The victim was identified as Laje Samir FRANKLIN, an 18-year-old Bermudian, formally of Barry Road, St. Georges. On Tuesday, 5th April 2022, Mr. FRANKLIN was seen socializing with friends on King’s

Shortly after 11:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 16th, 2023, police officers were dispatched to the area of Court and Elliot Streets, Pembroke, following a report of gunshots heard in that vicinity. Officers conducted a search and recovered one spent shell. There were no reports of anyone being injured. Subsequent checks at King Edward Hospital indicated no one had visited the facility seeking treatment for gunshot wounds. An investigation into this incident has now commenced. There were several people at nearby establishments at the time of the incident and

At around 7:15pm on Saturday 29th July 2017, some six years ago Jahkobi SMITH was fatally stabbed after he was involved in an altercation that took place at the West End Sailboat Club, Sandy’s. At that time, there was a wake being held for the late Jahcari Francis. Police and EMT’s rendered assistance to Mr. SMITH at the scene; however, he was pronounced dead shortly after his arrival at King Edward Memorial Hospital. The Bermuda Police Service are once again appealing for any witnesses to please

Antisocial behaviour affects everyone in a community and spreads fear, intimidation and feelings of isolation. As a community problem, it requires a community solution. Fighting a threat is significantly more effective when people come together, instead of fighting it alone. As such, it’s important to know where the support is in your community in case you have information on a crime and want to pass it on to the authorities. Read on for our guide on what anti-social behaviour is and how to report it. A

Six years ago on Wednesday 19th July 2017, around 10:40pm Jahcari Antoni FRANCIS was fatally shot, whilst he was inside of a residence on Upland Street, Devonshire. Inside that residence with Mr. FRANCIS were three other persons who were fortunate to not have been injured. The Bermuda Police Service are appealing for witnesses that lived in the area who might have heard the gunshots and or saw the shooter, who was on a motorcycle, to come forward. Today, as in previous years, we are renewing our

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