The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) is renewing its appeal for witnesses to come forward regarding the murder of 26-year-old Patrick Dill, who was fatally shot outside of his home approximately 11pm Saturday, 21st May 2016. Today marks six years since Mr. Dill’s murder. The case remains open and the investigative team continues to encourage any witnesses or members of the public with information to come forward – particularly those who were in the Crossland Lane, Pembroke area that night and saw persons acting suspiciously before and after

Around 10:15 p.m. on Thursday, 19th May 2022, police received several 911 calls reporting several gun shots heard in different locations within Pembroke Parish, including Deepdale Road, Parsons Road, St. Augustine Hill, Curving Ave and Middle Town.  Police units were immediately despatched to these areas and were informed two individuals on a motorcycle were chasing another person. One of the individuals on the bike was said to have been discharging a firearm as the chase continued. There have been no reports of anyone attending hospital seeking

The Bermuda Police Service can confirm an 18-year-old male, is currently in custody assisting with the ongoing investigation into the firearm incident, which occurred at Divots Bar and Grill, Belmont Hills Drive, Middle Road, Warwick on Tuesday 10th May, 2022.   Meanwhile, detectives continue to progress the forensic strategy and other investigative actions concerning the firearm incident, which occurred on Court Street on Sunday 8th May 2022. Detective Chief Inspector Sherwin Joseph of the Crime Division stated: “We are unable to say at this time if the

“The Bermuda Police Service has launched a murder investigation following the discovery of a body on the shoreline, just off the 10th hole of the golf course in St. George’s. Officers who had been tasked to look for a male reported missing the previous day, made the sad discovery. We can now confirm the body was that of missing person, Mr. Keyoshe Robinson, 22 years of age, of St. George’s Parish. Mr. Robinson was reported missing at 5:10pm on Wednesday 4th May, 2022. He was last seen

The Bermuda Police Service can confirm two persons have been arrested in connection with the ongoing investigation into the murder of Che Jennings. The suspects were arrested after warrants were executed in the Devonshire area in the early hours of this morning, Tuesday 12th April, 2022. They remain in custody at this time. Detective Chief Inspector Peter Stableford said, “We continue to appeal for members of the public who may have any information at all on the circumstances surrounding the murder of Mr. Jennings to please get

The Bermuda Police Service can confirm the identity of the young man who was gunned down in St David’s as 18-year-old Laje Franklin from St. George’s and extends sincere condolences to his family and friends. The investigation into his murder continues and anyone who has any CCTV, dash cams or video door bells with footage from 10:30pm to 11:30pm on Tuesday 5th April 2022 around St. George’s and St. David’s is asked to secure the footage, as it may be vital to the investigation. Detective Chief

Acting Detective Inspector Jason Smith (Senior Investigating Officer) – “Approximately 10:30pm on 6th April 2021 37-year-old Mr. Jordan Outerbridge had just finished playing a game of cards at a residence on Tribe Road No. 2 in Warwick. He was on his way home to his family – his wife and at that time, his 1-year-old daughter and 11-year-old stepdaughter. As he was about to leave, he was set upon by a male who shot him several times. After he was shot, Mr. Outerbridge received lifesaving

The Bermuda Police Service can confirm it has begun a murder investigation into the death of an eighteen-year-old male, whose lifeless body was found at Southside earlier today (Wednesday, 6th April 2022). A passer-by contacted police shortly after 6:30 this morning and reported there was an unresponsive male lying near the roundabout on the roadway leading to Clearwater Beach. Police attended the scene and located the body, which bore confirmed gunshot wounds. Acting Detective Inspector Jason Smith, of the Serious Crime Unit said, “There was forensic evidence

Around 9:10pm Monday, 4th April 2022 one 911 call was received reporting a single gunshot heard in the Ord Road, Tribe Road No. 5, Paget area. Police officers responded and conducted inquiries in the area but at that time, nothing was found to confirm the report. However, evidence was located later the next day, Tuesday 5th April that substantiated a confirmed firearm incident. There were no reported injuries. Anyone with relevant information is urged to call 211 as soon as possible or 911 in an emergency. Anonymous

Detectives continue their inquiries into a stabbing incident that occurred around 1:35pm Saturday, 2nd April 2022 near the City of Hamilton bus terminal. Police officers responded Saturday afternoon (2nd April) after a 911 call about three males involved in an altercation. Two suspects, a 15-year-old boy and a 14-year-old boy, were arrested in the area a short time later. Both teens have since been released on police bail pending further inquiries. A 13-year-old boy attended King Edward VII Memorial Hospital later that day with a non-life threatening

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