Confirmed Firearm Incident in Paget: No Reported Injuries

Detectives are currently investigating a confirmed firearm incident that occurred around 12:55am Tuesday, 27th February 2024, outside a Tribe Road Number 5, Paget home.

Bermuda Police Service (BPS) patrol officers responded and secured the scene.

Forensic evidence collected at that location confirmed that a firearm had been discharged.

However, there were no reported injuries.

So far, limited information indicates that two potential suspects were travelling together on a motorcycle in the area, at the time the gunshots were heard.

Paget residents that live along Tribe Road Number 5, or other members of the public with any information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, are urged to share it in confidence:

by calling Detective Inspector Jason Smith on 717-0864, or e-mailing;
by calling Detective Sergeant Odessa Philip on 717-2193, or e-mailing;
by calling the Serious Crime Unit on 247-1739, or visiting the BPS community reporting portal at

Alternatively, individuals that can assist this investigation are encouraged to speak with a police officer they know, or provide anonymous tips through the Crime Stoppers Bermuda website at

Crime Stoppers Bermuda 800-8477

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