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Crime Stoppers Bermuda

Crime Stoppers Bermuda

We allow members of the public with information on any crime to report what they know anonymously through an independent call center located in the USA.

We are a registered Bermuda charity (No. 410)

Around 7:15pm on Saturday 29th July, 2017, Jahkobi Smith was fatally stabbed after he was involved in an altercation that took place at the West End Sailboat Club, Sandys. At that time, there was a wake being held for the late Jahcari Francis.Police and EMT’s rendered assistance to Mr. Smith at the scene; however, he was pronounced dead shortly after his arrival at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital.On this the fifth anniversary of his death, the Bermuda Police Service is once again appealing for any witnesses to please come forward to help us solve this crime and bring closure to the family of Mr. Smith.We would like to speak with anyone who may have seen something or heard something, particularly, if you were at the West End Sailboat Club or in the general vicinity, around the time of the incident. Also, anyone knowing the movements of Jahkoby Smith prior to this incident, is urged to contact Detective Sergeant Dean Martin of the Serious Crime Unit on 717-2074 / 247-1739.You may also provide information to us by contacting the independent and confidential crime- Crimestoppers anonymously on 800 8477. No personal details are taken, information cannot be traced or recorded and you will not go to court.Mr. Martin said, “There is someone out there who knows the person or persons responsible for Mr. Smith’s death. We urge you to come forward and speak with us. You have the option of remaining anonymous by using the Crime Stoppers number or speaking to an officer you may know.Remember, that with the assistance of the public we have been able to solve a number of recent serious crimes or have been provided information which has allowed us to make significant progress with investigations into historical crimes. If you have any information on the murder of Jahkoby Smith, please, reach out to us.”#stopthesilence #crimestoppersbermuda ... See MoreSee Less
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Jahcari Francis Murder Investigation Continues to Progress After 5 YearsToday, 19th July 2022, marks five years since the murder of Jahcari Antoni Francis. At the time of his death, Jahcari was 20 years old.Members of the public will recall that it was about 10:40pm on a Wednesday night, 19th July 2017, that Jahcari was shot whilst he was inside of a residence on Upland Street, Devonshire. Inside that residence with Jahcari were three other persons, who were fortunate to not have been injured.Shortly after this shooting, the Bermuda Police Service (BPS) made an appeal for witnesses that lived in the area who might have heard the gunshots and or saw the shooter, who was on a motorcycle, to come forward.Today, as in previous years, we are renewing our appeal on the date of Jahcari’s murder and now, the investigative team is looking to speak with two persons. One of them drove by seconds before the shooting and saw a motorcycle parked at the driveway to the residence where this homicide occurred. The second person was standing at the gate of Upland Street and Middle Road, Devonshire. This is critical to our lines of enquiry.The investigation remains active and progress has been made. The BPS thanks the public for all assistance received so far and today’s appeal is for more assistance to help confirm key information, so that we can bring closure to the family of Jahcari and ensure those responsible for his murder are brought to justice.To provide any information, no matter how insignificant it may seem to you, please make contact with the Senior Investigating Officer, Acting Detective Inspector Jason Smith, on 717-0864 or jsmith2@bps.bm. Alternatively, you can call the independent and anonymous Crime Stoppers hotline on 800-8477. #crimestoppersbermuda ... See MoreSee Less
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CONFIRMED FIREARMS INCIDENT:Residents of the Ord Road and Cobbs Hill areas of Paget contacted police and reported hearing several gunshots just before 12:18 a.m. today, Monday 11th July, 2022.Officers attended and conducted searches of the locations and recovered forensic evidence to confirm a firearm had been discharged.However, there were no reports of anyone being injured at the scene of the incident. Checks made at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital indicated no one arrived at that location seeking treatment for any firearms related injuries.Officers returned to the scene today to continue their inquiries into this confirmed firearms incident.ROAD TRAFFIC COLLISION:Police are investigating a two vehicle road traffic collision which took place on Hermitage Road near the junction with Devon Spring Road, Sevinshire, around 4:48a.m. on Sunday 10th July, 2022.A 74-year-old male motorcycle rider was travelling south along Hermitage Road, when a 23-year-old male riding a motorcycle north along the same road, entered the opposing lane and collided with the 74-year old male.Both riders were injured in the collision.The elder of the two was at one point listed in critical condition with what were thought to be serious internal injuries. However, at last check his condition was upgraded and he was receiving treatment on a general ward.The 23-year-old male who was arrested on suspicion of driving whilst impaired, suffered facial and other injuries, none of which were considered serious.Learn more by visiting our website. #crimestoppersbermuda ... See MoreSee Less
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July 9th, 2022 marked the tenth year anniversary that Rudy Smith went missing. Rudy was reported missing by family and friends 9 July 2012, and at that time his disappearance was suspicious and a police investigation commenced. As a result of those initial police investigations, Rudy Smith’s disappearance became a murder investigation and police lines of enquiry were now centred on that. Today, this murder investigation remains active and police have identified a number of persons of interest to this inquiry. During the course of this investigation it is believed that there were a number of people directly involved in Rudy Smith’s murder. There are also a number of persons that witnessed activities in and around Parsons Road; Deep Dale area that can assist the Bermuda Police Service in bringing closure to Rudy’s family and people to justice. So we are appealing to members of our community that have information on the disappearance and murder of Rudy Smith, make contact with the Senior Investigating Officer ADI Jason Smith on 441-717-0864 or email jsmith2@bps.bmor the anonymous Crime Stoppers Hotline 800-8477 . Rudy Smith might be gone, but he is not forgotten and you can be a part of ensuring justice is served. ... See MoreSee Less
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Crime Stoppers has been selected by @thesupermartltd on Front Street as one of its roundup charities. So when you go to Supermart between Monday, July 4th and Sunday, July 10th 2022, round up . Help us to shine a light on Crime. Crime Stoppers 800-8477. Visit our website. ... See MoreSee Less
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We are a registered Bermuda charity (No. 410) helping law enforcement to locate criminals and help solve crimes. We have an anonymous 24-hour Hotline phone number, 800-8477 (TIPS), that people can call to pass on information about crime; alternatively people can send us information anonymously via our Anonymous Online Form. You don’t have to give your name or any of your personal details. We do not trace calls or track IP addresses.

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