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Death of Clarke Fox

Wed, 2020-03-18

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 confidential Crime Stoppers number, 8008477.

Man Dies in Road Traffic Collision

Tue, 2020-03-17

Around 4:00pm this afternoon [17-Mar-2020], Police and other first responders were called out to a two vehicle collision, involving a car and a motorcycle just east of Four Ways Inn on Middle Road in Paget. 

Upon arrival Police found that CPR was being performed on the bike rider, a 68 year old Southampton male. 

He was subsequently transported via ambulance to King Edward the Seventh Memorial Hospital where he was later pronounced dead. 

Traffic is being diverted at Manse Road and Cobb’s Hill Road Junctions. Traffic delays should be expected.

This is the second fatal road traffic collision for 2020.

Two Men Injured in Court St Shooting Incident

Tue, 2020-03-17

At around 2:45 pm today, Tuesday 17th March, police were called out to a reported firearms incident at the junction of Court and Elliot Street in Pembroke Parish. 
Both men were taken to King Edward Hospital via private vehicle. The extent of their injuries remain unknown. 

Reports are several shots were fired, resulting in two individuals suffering gunshot wounds. 

The suspects are described as two males on a red and black motorcycle. 

The rider was described as wearing dark clothing and a dark helmet. 

The pillion passenger was said to be wearing dark colored clothing and a white helmet. 

Anyone with information on this incident is asked to call the main police number on 295-0011.

Covid-19 Message from Commissioner Corbishley

Tue, 2020-03-17

The Bermuda Police Service would like to advise members of the public, that in light of the Covid 19 pandemic, it will be implementing certain precautionary measures in keeping with government guidelines.

This is in to ensure that we continue to provide a high standard of service to the community whilst at the same time, ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all BPS staff.

Use 911 for all emergencies. For non-emergency inquiries we ask that you do not visit police stations to make a report unless the matter is of a serious nature. We urge you instead to call our main line, 295-0011, and you will be forwarded on to the relevant department.

Missing Person Allan Power

Fri, 2020-03-06

The Bermuda Police Service is also seeking the public’s assistance in locating 66 year old Allan Power.

Mr. Power was last seen at around 4:00 pm on Tuesday March 3rd, at Granaway Heights Southampton, 

Mr. Power is described as a white Latin male with a tanned complexion, of slim build, 5’ 10” tall, with shoulder length grey hair and speaks with a Spanish accent.

 

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Allan Power, is asked to contact the main police number on 295-0011.

 


Missing Person Jane Smith

Fri, 2020-03-06

The Bermuda Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 28 year old Jane Smith, also known as Lauren Woodhead or Lauren Aitken.

Miss Smith was last seen at the Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute, at around 12:10 pm, on Wednesday 4th March.

Miss Smith is described as being very thin, 5’ 9” tall, with light brown shoulder length hair and speaks with a strong British accent.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Jane Smith, also known as Lauren Woodhead or Lauren Aitken, is asked to contact the main police number, 295-0011

 

 

 

 

 

 

UNCONFIRMED FIREARMS INCIDENT.

Wed, 2020-03-04

At around 10:30 pm on Tuesday 3-Mar-2020, the Bermuda Police Service received several reports of gunshots in the Jones Village, Warwick area.

Out of an abundance of caution, officers conducted extensive door to door enquiries and searches in the Jones Village and surrounding areas.

However, they found no forensic or other evidence to confirm that a firearm had been discharged.

Further, checks at KEMH did not indicate anyone was being treated for gunshot wounds.

Checks of CCTV in the area also showed nothing to confirm a firearms incident.

We would like to remind members of the public, if they have any information regarding illegal firearms, to please contact the main police number, 295-0011 or the confidential Crime Stoppers Hotline, 800-8477.

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