On Thursday 7th April 2022, about 8.30 pm in the car park of the Warwick Workman’s Club on Cobbs Hill Road, Warwick where the community was enjoying a kite making and Easter event for families, Che JENNINGS was shot multiple times and succumbed to his injuries. We continue to appeal for anyone who has any information, in particular with regards to tracing the movements of two suspects who were seen riding in the area before Mr. JENNINGS was shot on a white Honda motorcycle. The

Almost eight years ago on Thursday 18th October 2016, shortly before 10pm Isaiah FURBERT was fatally shot, whilst he was inside of a residence on Upland Street, Devonshire. Inside that residence with Mr. FURBERT were other persons who were fortunate to not have been injured. The Bermuda Police Service is once again appealing to members of the public who may have any information on this matter, “No matter how insignificant it may seem” to please come forward and provide that information to us. Please help us

Nine years ago on Wednesday 23rd April 2014, around 10:45pm Erin Lee RICHARDSON was shot multiple times outside his residence at 16 Riviera Crescent, Southampton. He attempted to escape his attackers by running inside his residence, but was unable to do so. Police officers and EMTs attended the scene and administered first-aid to Mr. RICHARDSON who was transported by ambulance to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital where tragically, he succumbed to his injuries. The Bermuda Police Service is once again appealing to members of the public who may have any information on

Any unsolved crime is a concern for the community. It generally means that a criminal has gone without punishment and may still be at large. That’s especially true when the crime committed was murder. According to the Bermuda Police Service, the island has 33 unsolved murders. Rather than being closed cases, the serious crime unit has stressed that they are very much open. Read on as we take a closer look. A new era of crime The 33 unsolved murders in Bermuda all occurred in the past

Seven years ago on Friday 19th August 2016, Jason MELLO was fatally shot, whilst on Bandroom Lane, Pembroke. The gunman is believed to have entered Bandroom Lane, wearing a full face visor helmet and heavy dark coloured winter clothing that would have been unusual on a hot August evening. The gunman is believed to parked the cycle higher up on Bandroom Lane, and walked down to where he shot Mr. MELLO several times. The gunman then returned to his parked motorcycle and rode back out

As the investigation continues into that confirmed firearms incident which occurred around 11:13 last evening Carolina Bay, George’s Bay Road area, Southampton and left two victims with gunshot wounds, police are appealing for any boat owners whose vessels are moored at the Carolina Bay Marina and have security cameras, to please check those devices for any activity recorded between 10:30 and 11:30 p.m. on Sunday August 6th. Should you see anything suspicious or anyone acting in a suspicious manner, please get in contact with us

Around 5am Friday, 28th July 2023, a reported burglary occurred at the CPR Cell Phone Repair store on Reid Street, in the City of Hamilton. Initial information indicates that two suspects, said to be wearing dark coloured clothing and dark coloured helmets with visors, forced their way into the store and left with a quantity of electronic items including: Mac Mini M1 8GB/256GB iPad Pro (6th Gen) 12.9" WiFi 128GB RGB10max2 Game player 64G AirPod Pro 1st Generation MacBook Pro 14 M2 Pro M2 MacBook

Whether you’re a resident of Bermuda or a newcomer to the island, safety is a high priority. No one wants to live somewhere that makes them feel uncomfortable or fearful. Fortunately, Bermuda has a relatively low crime rate and people on the island can enjoy its beauty with little worry. Saying that, it also only makes sense to do all you can to keep yourself, your loved ones and your property safe. This post outlines 5 top tips on how to do just that. Top Tips: 1.

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