LATEST NEWS, inside the BPS

Recruit Foundation Course 80 Car Wash Fundraiser

Sun, 2020-02-23

Recruit Foundation Course 80 of the Bermuda Police Service will hold a car wash fundraiser on Saturday, February 29th from 8am until 4pm at the RUBiS Warwick gas station on South Road in Warwick.

It is a tradition of every Recruit Foundation Course to raise money in aid of a charitable cause of their choice – and this year, all proceeds are in aid of 27 year old Dandre Outerbridge’s medical expenses.

Reported Missing Person: 32 Year Old Tyson Bean [Located]

Sun, 2020-02-23

The Bermuda Police Service is appealing for the public’s assistance in locating 32 year old Tyson Bean.

Mr. Bean – described as a black male, approximately 5 feet 11 inches tall of medium build with a short afro hairstyle – is known to frequent the Union Street, City of Hamilton area as well as the St. Monica’s Road, Pembroke area.

He was last seen by a family member on Union Street in the City of Hamilton at least two days ago.

So far, efforts by police officers to locate Mr. Bean have been unsuccessful.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of 32 year old Tyson Bean is encouraged to call police on 295-0011 at the earliest opportunity.

Update: Monday, February 24th - 32 year old Tyson Bean has been found safe and well this morning (Monday, February 24th).

The Bermuda Police Service would like to thank the public for their assistance in locating him.

Beware of Fake Websites Imitating Local Businesses

Fri, 2020-02-21

Members of the public are strongly advised to be wary of websites that imitate local businesses and offer enticing promotions which require the entrant to provide their credit card details or other personal information.

As well as the fake website claiming to represent The MarketPlace, the Bermuda Police Service has been made aware of a fake Lindo’s Group of Companies website with the same alleged $250 gift card giveaway to celebrate an upcoming anniversary.

Fake MarketPlace Website Luring Residents With $250 Gift Card Offer

Thu, 2020-02-20

The Bermuda Police Service is aware of a fake website claiming to represent The MarketPlace that is deceiving residents with an alleged $250 gift card giveaway to celebrate an unspecified upcoming anniversary.

The fake website looks similar to The MarketPlace group of grocery stores’ official website – but has a different website address – and includes supposed testimonials from people who seem to have participated in the fraudulent promotion.

Commissioner Addresses Social Media Posts About BPS Activity on Peat Lane

Wed, 2020-02-19

On Sunday the 16th of February, following the shooting incident on Field View Lane, Pembroke, the BPS had cause to attend a property on nearby Peat Lane. This was due to information indicating that the offenders responsible had made their escape in the direction of that property.

Enquiries were made at this property by armed officers given the nature of persons sought and I am aware photographs of police activity has been circulated across social media. However, it was soon established that the owner of the property had no involvement in this matter.

Inquiries Into Recent Armed Robbery, Happy Valley Lane Shooting Continue

Wed, 2020-02-19

At around 4:30 pm on Tuesday 18th February, police executed a warrant at a Field View Lane Pembroke residence, where a number of items were seized and a 23 year-old man arrested in connection with the ongoing investigation into the January 29th robbery at Gold Standard in the Washington Mall, in the City of Hamilton.

At around 5:25pm on the same date police executed a firearms warrant at a residence on Factory Lane in Pembroke.

Police Activity on Peat Lane in Pembroke After Confirmed Firearm Incident

Sun, 2020-02-16

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) can confirm that following this morning’s shooting incident, police officers executed a warrant at a residence on Peat Lane in Pembroke.

Three people were taken into custody, however two were released at the scene.

The third individual was arrested, but has since been released on police bail.



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