Inquiries Underway After Two City of Hamilton Businesses Burglarised

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) is currently conducting inquiries into two reported burglaries at City of Hamilton businesses.

P-Tech on Reid Street, near the junction with Queen Street, was burglarised around 1:40am Monday, 23rd May 2022. It appears that two men gained entry into the store.

Both suspects were said to be of slim build. However, one suspect was wearing light coloured pants, a dark coloured hooded jacket with the hood up, a baseball hat and dark coloured shoes with light coloured soles while the other suspect was believed to be wearing a green or grey hooded jacket with the hood up, dark coloured pants, light coloured shoes and a baseball hat.

At this time, it is understood that the two P-Tech intruders made good their escape with a quantity of electronic items.

The Terrace on Front Street was burglarised around 4:30am Monday, 23rd May 2022. It appears that a lone intruder wearing a helmet, dark coloured jacket and lighter coloured pants as well as a mask, gained entry into the premises.

So far, it is unclear what was removed from The Terrace bar and restaurant.

Both scenes were secured and forensically processed, with CCTV footage from both businesses being reviewed as part of the investigation.

At this stage, it is unknown whether the two incidents are linked, but the possibility has not been ruled out.

Members of the public that can assist investigators are encouraged to call Detective Sergeant Lennox Ince on 247-1222, 717-2304 or e-mail lince@bps.bm.

Anyone with information regarding either burglary can also call the Criminal Investigations Department on 247-1744, or speak to a BPS officer they are familiar with.

 

  

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