The Bermuda Police Service can now confirm the death of 22-year-old Joshua Rowse. Mr. Rowse passed away at the King Edward the VII Memorial Hospital, after he fell victim to a brutal knife attack on Sunday 13th June, 2020, outside the Rubis Service Station on the South Shore Road in Warwick. Four men have now been taken into custody in connection with what is being investigated as the murder of Joshua Rowse. However, investigators would still like to hear from and speak with anyone who may have

Crime Stoppers Bermuda is offering a reward of up to $3,000 for information regarding Chavelle Dillon-Burgess’ whereabouts. A spokesperson said, “The family and friends of Chavelle Dillon-Burgess have been torn apart over the last month, not knowing the whereabouts of this 27-year-old mother, whose birthday was earlier this week. “Search groups from the community and Bermuda Police Service are actively working to try to locate Chavelle, but over the last few weeks no one has seen this young mother. Her whereabouts are now of major concern to

By now, the public is aware of the abhorrent actions of a member of the public which resulted in four members of the Bermuda Police Service having to be quarantined as a precaution to ensure they have not contracted the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). It all stemmed from the arrest of an individual who deliberately coughed on two officers during an arrest for drink driving. The suspect who was also in breach of Shelter in Place Orders, claimed at the time, that he had tested positive

In order to provide faster and more efficient service to the community, the Bermuda Police Service is implementing a new reporting hotline, “211”. The new “211” number is meant to be used when contacting us for non-emergency situations. These include but are not limited to:  Reporting a crime/issue that does not require an immediate emergency response You need to report a situation/crime but you or someone else are not in immediate danger. You wish to speak with your Parish Constable. You wish to provide information about a crime.  The introduction of

The Bermuda Police Service wishes to clarify erroneous information recently published, suggesting the Southside Police Station was closed as a result of a police officer being diagnosed with Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) An officer was diagnosed with COVID-19. However, the officer’s last working day with the BPS was on March 11th. That officer then proceeded on a period of leave. The officer did not show symptoms and was not diagnosed with COVID-19, until fifteen days after leaving the service. Resources were shifted at the Southside Police Station and staff

A thirty-five year old man was taken to hospital with a gunshot wound to his left arm, following a firearms incident in Pembroke Parish. The incident occurred at around 11:00pm on Tuesday 24th March, at the junction of Two Way Deepdale and Parsons Road. The victim was conveyed to the King Edward the Seventh Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment to his injuries which are not considered to be life threatening. Quick action by police officers resulted in a person of interest in connection with this incident

The Bermuda Police can confirm the death of 28 year old Clarke Fox. Mr. Fox succumbed to injuries sustained in a firearms attack shortly before 2:45 pm yesterday, Tuesday March 17th, at the corner of Court and Elliot streets in Pembroke Parish. A Liaison Officer has been assigned to the family. The Bermuda Police Service extends condolences to the family of Mr. Fox. The investigation into this matter is ongoing and anyone with information is asked to call the main police number on, 295-0011 or the independent and

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