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Sudden Death

Tue, 2005-05-10

Around 12:50 this morning, Police received a report of a body floating in the canal behind the Salvation Army Emergency Housing Complex on Marsh Lane in Pembroke. The body was found by two residents of the complex. A doctor attended and pronounced death at 1:30am.

Breaking & Entering

Mon, 2005-05-09

At 2:40pm on Monday, Police attended a reported breaking and entering at a Warwick Lane, Warwick residence. On arrival officers arrested the suspect, a 31 year old Warwick man, who was detained by the complainant. The complainant stated that around 2pm he was at home when he heard footsteps and went to investigate, finding the suspect in his kitchen.


Mon, 2005-05-09

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


Fatal RTC

Sun, 2005-05-08

The Bermuda Police Service can now confirm the death of 32 year old Eric Morrison. Mr. Morrison, a Jamaican national contract worker, was pronounced dead by an on call physician at KEMH around 12:40pm Sunday after sustaining head injuries in a serious single vehicle road traffic collision on Glebe Road in Pembroke around 11:50am.

Fatal RTC

Sat, 2005-05-07

Around 12 noon today, Police attended a reported serious single vehicle road traffic collision on Glebe Road in Pembroke. Details about the collision remain unclear; however it appears that a motorcycle was traveling north on Glebe Road when the rider, a 32 year old Pembroke man, lost control of the vehicle. He was taken to KEMH for treatment but succumbed to his injuries a short time later.

Breaking & Entering

Thu, 2005-05-05

Around 9:25pm on Thursday, Police received a report of a breaking and entering at an Ord Road, Warwick residence. On arrival officers spoke with the complainants who stated that sometime between 10:30am and 4pm that day, an unknown culprit gained entry into their home. The culprit stole approximately $600 in cash. Inquiries into this incident are underway.

Handbag Snatch

Wed, 2005-05-04

At 11:35pm on Wednesday, Police on mobile patrol on Mullet Bay Road in St. George’s received a report of a handbag snatch. The victim, a 72 year old female American visitor to the island, stated that she was walking along Mullet Bay Road when she noticed a man walking up the hill in her direction. When he got closer he lunged at her, grabbing her purse.



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