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Reported Missing Person: 67 Year Old Lionel Outerbridge [Located]

Tue, 2019-06-18

The Bermuda Police Service is appealing for the public’s assistance in locating 67 year old Lionel Outerbridge.

Mr. Outerbridge is described as brown complexioned, approximately 5 feet 11 inches tall of slim build, weighing around 150 pounds.

He was last seen around 10:30am Tuesday, June 18th in the Kent Avenue, Devonshire area wearing khaki pants, a red shirt, and a red Digicel hat.

There is concern for Mr. Outerbridge, as he is understood to be on specific medication.

Anyone with any information on the whereabouts of 67 year old Lionel Outerbridge is encouraged to contact the main police telephone number 295-0011 at the earliest opportunity.

Update: Wednesday, June 19th - The Bermuda Police Service would like to thank the public for their assistance in locating 67 year old Lionel Outerbridge.

Mr. Outerbridge was found safe and well around 8:30am today (June 19th) in the area of Front Street and King Street, in the City of Hamilton.

Visitor Injured in Collision With Police Motorcyclist Stable on General Ward

Tue, 2019-06-18

At last check this morning (June 18th) the 36 year old visiting American woman pedestrian injured in a collision with a police motorcyclist around 5:25pm Monday, June 17th on Burnaby Street in the City of Hamilton was recovering in stable condition on a general ward at the hospital – while the police officer involved had been treated for his injuries and discharged.

It has been confirmed that the police motorcyclist was responding to a call for service at the time of the unfortunate collision.

Collision Involving a Police Motorcyclist and a Pedestrian [Updated]

Mon, 2019-06-17

Around 5:25pm Monday, June 17th a collision involving a police motorcyclist and a pedestrian occurred on Burnaby Street in the City of Hamilton.

Early information suggests that the incident happened on the section of Burnaby Street between Reid Street and Church Street and that the pedestrian involved sustained a leg injury while the police motorcyclist sustained abrasions.

Update: Reported Armed Robbery at Blue Hole Hill Park Sunday

Mon, 2019-06-17

A mother, said to be a 32 year old Paget woman and her son, said to be a 13 year old boy, were attacked by an unknown man at Blue Hole Hill Park Sunday afternoon (June 16th).

Thankfully, neither of them were seriously hurt.

At first it was reported that a girl (daughter) was with the mother and son, but it has since been confirmed that only the 32 year old woman and her teen son were involved in this incident.

Reported Armed Robbery at Blue Hole Hill Park [Updated]

Sun, 2019-06-16

Around 5:30pm today (June 16th) police officers responded to a reported armed robbery at Blue Hole Hill Park in Hamilton parish.

Early information suggests that a woman and her two children were walking in the park when they were approached by an unknown man brandishing a bladed article.

Reported Attempted Armed Robbery at Howzat Liquor Store [Updated]

Sun, 2019-06-16

Around 8:40am today (June 16th) police officers responded to a reported attempted armed robbery at Howzat liquor store on North Shore Road in Hamilton parish.

Early information suggests that a lone male wearing a dark coloured helmet entered the store brandishing what appeared to be a firearm and demanded money.

Renewed Witness Appeal as Investigations Continue Into Recent Robberies

Fri, 2019-06-14

Investigators continue to follow all lines of enquiry regarding two recent reported armed robberies – one in the parking lot of the Bermuda Squash Racquets Association on Middle Road in Devonshire around 8:30pm Sunday, June 9th and the other at Grannie’s Kitchen on North Shore Road in Pembroke around 11am Tuesday, June 11th.

While it cannot be confirmed that the two incidents are linked at this time, the possibility has not been ruled out.

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