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Willful Damage

Tue, 2006-01-17

At 6:55am on Tuesday, Police attended a report of willful damage on Marsh Folly Road in Pembroke. On arrival officers spoke with the complainant who stated that at 10pm on Monday he parked his car, a white BMW, on Marsh Folly Road intact. However, when he returned to his vehicle around 6:55am on Tuesday, he found that an unknown culprit had damaged the car.

Breaking & Entering

Mon, 2006-01-16

At 9:05am on Monday, Police attended a reported breaking and entering at a St. John's Road, Pembroke business. On arrival officers spoke with the complainant who stated that sometime between 5pm on Friday and 8am on Monday, an unknown culprit gained entry into the premises. The culprit stole $15 in cash. Inquiries into this incident are underway.

Robbery

Sun, 2006-01-15

Around 7:30pm on Saturday, Police received a report of a robbery on Cedar Avenue in Pembroke. The victim, a 17 year old Hamilton parish boy, stated that he was walking on Cedar Avenue around 7:15pm when an unknown man approached him from behind and threw him to the ground.

Robbery

Sat, 2006-01-14

Around 8:30pm on Friday, Police attended a reported robbery at a Glebe Road, Pembroke residence. On arrival officers spoke with the victim, a 49 year old Pembroke man, who stated that at 7:10pm he arrived home. As he was attempting to open the front door, two unknown men approached him. Both men proceeded to assault the victim, punching him and knocking him to the ground.

Breaking & Entering

Thu, 2006-01-12

Around 8:40am on Thursday, Police attended a reported breaking and entering at a Harrington Sound Road, Hamilton parish residence. On arrival officers spoke with the complainant who stated that sometime between midnight and 5:30am that day, an unknown culprit gained entry into her home. The culprit stole $300 in cash. Inquiries into this incident are underway.

Shoplifting

Wed, 2006-01-11

Around 10:20am on Wednesday, Police attended a report of shoplifting at the A1 Supermarket on South Road in Smith's parish. On arrival officers spoke with the manager who stated that at 10am a man entered the store and was observed 3 putting bottles of vodka into his pants. The man then left the store without paying for the items and entered a nearby restaurant.

Promoted to Sergeant

Wed, 2006-01-11

The Bermuda Police Service is proud to announce the promotion of 7 officers to the rank of Sergeant:

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