LATEST NEWS, inside the BPS

Investigation Into Chain Snatching Incidents

Wed, 2018-08-08

Police are currently investigating two incidents of chain snatching, which took place on South Road yesterday 7th August, in a short space of time.

Around 10:00am the male victim was travelling east along South Road, Paget near Stovell Lane, when two men on a motorcycle road alongside victim, grabbing ahold of the chain around his neck. They were unsuccessful in their attempt to take the chain, but were able to make good on their escape, traveling in an easterly direction along South Road.

Altercation at Paradise Lakes

Mon, 2018-08-06

The Bermuda Police Service is aware of several videos circulating on social media in relation to an altercation on the water in the area of Paradise Lakes shortly after 8pm on Sunday 5th August.

As a result of this incident, two men and a woman attended KEMH and were subsequently released following treatment.

Cup Match Holiday Report

Sat, 2018-08-04

As of 9:00 am on Saturday, August 4, 2018, the Bermuda Police Service can report that there were no major incidents island-wide.

We would like to advise the public that the police will continue their highly visible presence on our roads and waterways for the duration of the holiday period.

People should obey all waterway and road laws and be reminded that drinking and driving or riding under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol is prohibited.

Taylor Grier Murder Investigation

Mon, 2018-07-30

Murder of Taylor Matthew Grier (Speaking notes of Acting Chief Inspector Arthur Glasford)

At around 10:00pm on Friday, July 27, 2018, whilst Court Street was bustling with individuals enjoying a beautiful evening, the calm of the night was interrupted when two men on a motorcycle wearing dark clothing and full face visor helmets descended south on Tills Hill in the area of Elliot Street. The gunman got off the motorcycle and approached a group of men congregating in the area and began to open fire.

Daily Report 25th June 2018

Wed, 2018-07-25

Theft from Marine Vessels

Over the last few weeks a number of personal water craft as well as commercial vessels have been broken into and had items taken from vessels.

In some cases, large amounts of alcohol, boat parts and other valuables such as fishing equipment have been removed and these occurrences have been island wide.

Police are advising the public to lock and secure your valuables and where possible remove those items from your vessels. We are also requesting that if you see anyone acting suspiciously please make note of the vessel, get a  description of the suspects and notify 2950011.”



Mon, 2018-07-23

In December 2016, The Bermuda Police Service arrested two Canadians nationals for the importation of the potent and dangerous controlled drug fentanyl from Canada to Bermuda. Members of The Organized & Economic Crime Department (OECD) of the Bermuda Police Service, working in partnership with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), commenced a joint investigation to tackle transnational crime to suppress dangerous drugs from entering Bermuda and dismantle the conspiracy network involved.

As a result of the joint investigation the RCMP have conducted an operation in the Greater Toronto Area which recently culminated in the arrest of eight (8) persons in Canada for various Conspiracy and Drug Trafficking charges. The 18 month joint investigation lead to the seizure of kilogram levels of Fentanyl, Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Cannabis, Counterfeit US currency, 12 handguns, ammunition, and a grenade. The joint inter-agency collaboration demonstrates that the Bermuda Police Service and their international law enforcement partners mutual commitment in tackling Transnational Crime.

In an official RCMP news release, Inspector Donna Streeter, Officer in Charge - Toronto North Serious and Organized Crime Team said “Serious and Organized Crime in Canada is a multi-faceted and borderless problem impacting all.

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





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