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Breaking & Entering

Wed, 2005-06-08

Around 2:25pm on Wednesday, Police attended a reported breaking and entering at a First Avenue, Devonshire residence. On arrival officers spoke with the complainants who stated that sometime between 1:20pm and 2pm that day, an unknown culprit gained entry into their home. The culprit stole a wallet containing $500 in cash and several items of jewelry. Inquiries into this incident are underway.

Bermuda Alliance for Tourism and Bermuda Police Service

Wed, 2005-06-08

“The Bermuda Police Service welcomes the community interest and input on matters affecting crime in our community and we have read, with interest, the Study on Crime produced by the Bermuda Alliance for Tourism (BAT).

Impaired Driving

Tue, 2005-06-07

At 3:50 this morning, Police on mobile patrol on Middle Road in Devonshire observed a motorcycle turning on to Orange Valley Road without its headlight on. The officers caused the motorcycle to stop and spoke with the rider, a 22 year old Hamilton parish man. He was subsequently arrested for suspicion of impaired driving, taken to Hamilton Police Station and detained.

Theft

Willful Damage

Mon, 2005-06-06

Around 12:20 this morning, Police attended a report of a car on fire at a Hartle Drive, Sandy’s parish residence. The Bermuda Fire Service also attended. On the arrival of Police officers and firefighters at the scene, the fire had already been extinguished. The complainants stated that they were alerted to the fire by a neighbour around 12:15am. An investigation into the cause of the fire is underway.

Breaking & Entering

Sun, 2005-06-05

Around 11:35pm on Sunday, Police attended a reported breaking and entering at a Hamilton parish guest property. On arrival officers spoke with the complainant, who is a visitor to the island. He stated that at 11:10pm he was awakened by a noise in his room. When he turned on the light, he discovered an unknown man in the room.

Advisory – Traffic Diversion: Flatt’s Festival

Sun, 2005-06-05

The Bermuda Police Service would like to advise the motoring public that due to the Flatt’s Festival, which will be held tonight at 6pm, the following traffic diversions will take place. Effective from 6pm, traffic traveling east will be diverted over Store Hill and traffic traveling west will be diverted over Flatt’s Hill.

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