Bullet Recovered

Mon, 2021-02-22

An off duty police officer reported that just after 2:40 p.m. on Sunday 21st February, 2021, he was approached by a member of the public who handed him a live bullet. It is believed that the bullet was found in the Harlem Heights area of Hamilton Parish.

On duty officers recovered the bullet, which will be forensically processed.

Suspicious Activity

Around 9:55 p.m. on Saturday 20-Feb-2021, Police received information that two men wearing all black clothing, were repeatedly seen riding around the area of Harlem Heights Road in Hamilton Parish on a black motorcycle.

A resident is said to have approached the individuals and enquired as to their presence in the area, when the rider reportedly moved his hand toward his waistband.

The resident then ran off.

Officers made checks of a number of locations in Hamilton Parish including Burchall’s Cove, Cottage Hill Road and Harlem Heights in search of the suspects but without success.

Car fire

Shortly before 9:00 p.m. on Saturday 20th February, 2021, Police attended a report of a car on fire outside a Runway Lane, Sandys Parish residence.

Upon arrival, officers using fire extinguishers were able to put out the fire.

The owner told officers she had driven the car home just minutes before she was notified the vehicle was on fire.

Bermuda Fire and rescue Service attended and assured the fire was fully extinguished.

There were no reports of injury to anyone or damage to any other property.

Knives and Suspected Drug Equipment Seized

At 8:10 p.m. on Friday 19th February, 2021, Police responded to a report of two suspicious males seen on a white motorcycle with the license plate covered, leaving Abbot's Cliff in Hamilton Parish.

Officers shortly after encountered the men and informed them of the report.

The men were subsequently searched and each was found to be in possession of a knife.

The officers seized the knives along with a scale which is suspected of being used in connection with drug activities.

Both men were then arrested.

All of these matters remain under investigation and anyone with information is asked to call 211 or the main police number, 295-0011.