Five males [aged from 15 - 21] have been arrested in connection with burglaries in the east end, and the police said it is believed they were “operating as an organised group targeting homes in the eastern end of the island.”
The full police statement is below:
Five males have been arrested in connection with reported burglaries in the eastern parishes. The suspects, ranging in age from 15 years old to 21 years old, remain in police custody pending further inquiries.
In addition, suspected stolen property has been recovered and is in the process of being identified.
It is believed that these individuals were operating as an organised group targeting homes in the eastern end of the island. Inquiries are ongoing by the St. George’s Criminal Investigation Unit.
This underscores the commitment of the Bermuda Police Service to ensure a safer community and we continue to encourage members of the public to report any suspicious activity or individuals in their neighborhoods to police on 295-0011, no matter how unimportant the information may seem.
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