LATEST NEWS, inside the BPS

Theft from Parked Cars

Fri, 2018-07-20

The Bermuda Police Service would like to advise the motoring public about a recent rise in thefts from parked cars particularly in the City of Hamilton.

It appears that individuals are gaining entry into unlocked vehicles and rummaging through looking for anything of perceived value.

In some cases thieves are removing “window rain guards” and forcing the windows down then gaining entry.

Police are asking the public to do the following to lessen your chances of becoming a victim:

1. Ensure that you leave your vehicle locked and secured at all times.

2. Never leave anything of value in your car.

3. Where possible always leave your car in a well-lit area.

4. Ensure window rain guards are secured in your vehicle.

5. Report an suspicious activity to police



Witness Appeal

Thu, 2018-07-19

The Bermuda Police Service is conducting an investigation into a 37 year old Jamaican national, who unlawfully exited the Arrivals Hall whilst being examined by HM Customs staff at the LF Wade International Airport around 1:08 p.m. on Tuesday 10th July, 2018.

It is alleged that the male ran east along the Airport main road and onto the Causeway in St. Georges. The police are appealing to anyone who may have witnessed the incident, to contact Detective Sergeant David Bhagwan on 717-2042, alternatively on e-mail;  or on the Crime Stoppers confidential hotline 800-8477.

43 Year-old Man Arrested for Sexual Assault on a Minor

Thu, 2018-07-19

  The Bermuda Police Service can confirm that a 43 year old man has been arrested in relation to an allegation of sexual assault on a minor. Because of the nature of the offence(s) and the fact that there is an active investigation underway, no further comment can be made at this time.

The Bermuda Police Service wishes to reassure everyone in the community that the Bermuda Police Service has a continuing commitment to safeguard children from harm and in particular incidents of a sexual nature.

A full investigation is underway by officers of the Vulnerable Persons Unit within the Serious Crime Department. Members of our community are reminded that if they have information about, or believe they have been a victim of abuse or sexual assault, they should report the matter to the Police. All reports of this nature will be handled in a compassionate & confidential manner.

The Vulnerable Persons Unit can be contacted on 247-1461, or 295-0011.



Reported Single Vehicle Car Crash on The Glebe Road

Sun, 2018-07-15

Around 2:50am Saturday, July 14th police officers were dispatched to a reported single vehicle car crash on The Glebe Road in Pembroke.

Details remain limited at this time but it appears that the car driver involved struck a wall in a residential area.

However, initial information suggests that no one was injured.

Fatal Crash on North Shore Road Early Sunday Morning

Sun, 2018-07-15

Police and other first responders attended a report of a road traffic collision that took place on North Shore Road in Hamilton Parish at 3:29am Sunday morning.

It appears that an 18 year old woman was traveling east on North Shore Road when she lost control of her motorcycle and crashed.

Renewed Online Fraud Advisory: Business E-mail Compromise Scam

Fri, 2018-07-13

The Bermuda Police Service continues to encourage all companies to robustly review their business processes to guard against the well-known scam referred to as the ‘Business E-mail Compromise’ (BEC), or ‘CEO fraud.’

The aim of this type of cyber-crime is to trick people into transferring money to unknown persons pretending to be legitimate businesses or specific business contacts.

Reported Two Motorcycle Collision on Crow Lane

Fri, 2018-07-13

Around 10:30am today (July 13th) police and fellow first responders were dispatched to a reported two motorcycle collision on Crow Lane in Pembroke.

Initial information indicated that the collision occurred near the junction with Lane Hill and that the rider of one of the motorcycles involved, believed to be a 28 year old woman, sustained facial injuries.



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