911 Now Operational, Work Continues to Restore Full Service [Updated]

Wednesday, May 15,2019

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) can confirm that service to the 911 emergency telephone number has been restored. However, technicians continue working to restore service to the main police telephone number 295-0011. A power outage incident at the BPS Data Centre this morning caused 911 and 295-0011 to fail.

Investigation Underway After Burglary at Vera P. Card in St. George’s

Monday, May 13,2019

Thieves gained entry to the Vera P. Card store on Water Street in St. George’s around 3am Saturday, May 11th and stole a quantity of jewellery. The suspects, described as three males wearing dark coloured clothing, made good their escape on foot shortly after the burglary. An investigation into the incident is underway and witnesses or members of the public – particularly any passing motorists – that saw suspicious activity in the Water Street, York Street St. George’s area between 2:20am and 3am Saturday are encouraged to call Detective Constable Seymour Foote on 247-1154 or 717-2282.

Female Motorcyclist Injured in Collision With Police Vehicle [Updated]

Sunday, May 12,2019

Around 12:20am Sunday, May 12th a collision occurred involving a police vehicle and a motorcyclist on King Street near the junction with Reid Street, in the City of Hamilton. Early information indicates that the collision occurred as the police vehicle pursued one motorcyclist along King Street, but struck a second motorcyclist that was traveling along Reid Street. The first motorcyclist made good their escape.

Second Group Meeting Held With Management of Liquor Licenced Premises

Friday, May 10,2019

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) recently held a meeting 2pm Monday, 6th May 2019 with the management of liquor licenced premises at the Police Recreation Club in Prospect, Devonshire – with invitations sent in advance to the relevant sports clubs for their attendance and input. Approximately 35 persons attended – including representatives from sports clubs throughout the island as well as restaurant and bar establishments.

Renewed Scam Advisory: Ignore & Delete Obviously Deceptive E-mails

Thursday, May 09,2019

The Bermuda Police Service is once again advising all residents to remain vigilant regarding phone calls, e-mails and other correspondence from unknown persons that attempt to obtain personal information and other sensitive data – or even attempt to extort money. An example of a popular e-mail scam is provided below. So far, recent scams of this type reported to police have not resulted in any financial losses. However, it is strongly recommended that senior citizens continue to be especially vigilant.


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