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Breaking & Entering

Thu, 2005-11-03

At 7:10 this morning, Police attended a reported breaking and entering at a Lighthouse Road, Southampton residence. On arrival officers spoke with the complainant who stated that sometime between 1am and 6:15am that day, an unknown culprit gained entry into her apartment. The culprit stole $80 in cash and personal items. Inquiries into this incident are underway.

Attempted Robbery

Wed, 2005-11-02

Around 7:45pm on Wednesday, Police attended a reported robbery at Arnold's Express (the old Dismount Robinson's store) at the junction of Front Street and King Street in the City of Hamilton. On arrival officers spoke with the victim, a 51 year old Sandy's parish man, who is the store manager.

Sexual Assault Investigation

Wed, 2005-11-02

The Bermuda Police Service is currently conducting inquiries into a series of sexual assaults in Southampton, Warwick and Paget which we believe may be linked. In the past several months, women have reported to the Police that they have been awoken during the early morning hours by a male who has assaulted them.


Tue, 2005-11-01

At 12:35 this morning, Police attended a reported robbery at a Highwood Lane, Paget residence. On arrival officers spoke with the victim, a 47 year old Paget man, who stated that around 12:20am as he attempted to enter his apartment two men approached him and demanded money. The 47 year old refused, and a struggle ensued.

Halloween Related Incidents

Mon, 2005-10-31

The Bermuda Police Service (including members of the Bermuda Reserve Police) had adequate resources on duty during Halloween night and into this morning to respond to any incidents that occurred. Officers patrolled island wide, dealing with a variety of calls for service. There were 16 arrests made in total (including 5 arrests on Court Street in Pembroke) for the following offences:

Press Conference - Third Quarter (2005) Crime Statistics The Commissioner of Police 1 November 2005

Mon, 2005-10-31

The following represents the comments of the Commissioner of Police for use at the regular Quarterly Crime Statistics Release Press Conference of the Bermuda Police Service.


  • Crimes of violence = 70
  • Crimes of stealing = 73
  • Breaking & Entering = 287
  • Removals = 275

Total for the Quarter = 705

Third Quarter Comparison:


Sun, 2005-10-30

At 10:45pm on Sunday, Police attended Captain's Lounge on Reid Street in the City of Hamilton following a reported disturbance. On arrival officers observed a crowd of approximately 20 people gathered outside the premises. Seven men were arrested in the area (ranging in age from 19 - 26 years old) for various offences including outstanding warrants and offensive words.



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