Jonathan Dill Murder Investigation Continues

September 6, 2013

Police investigators are still working with witnesses and area residents to come forward and provide any information they may have in relation to the murder of Mr. Jonathan Dill.

Acting Superintendent Nicholas Pedro said, “We are thankful for those that have already come forward, but it is essential that those who know something, say something.

“Detectives are pursuing all available lines of enquiry. We know that persons with information may be reluctant to come forward. However, the community holds the key to solving this crime and the Bermuda Police Service will require the assistance of our fellow community members to bring the killer or killers to justice.

“It is also important for all members of the public to remember that there are means to protect and reward persons that provide information leading to an arrest or a conviction in this & other similar cases.

“Witnesses or persons with pertinent information can contact the Serious Crime Unit in confidence at 247-1739 or on the independent & confidential Crime Stoppers hotline on 800-8477 [TIPS].”

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  1. Terry says:

    Well I should hope the Jonathan Dill Murder investigation Continues.
    Pressure is on and the Police know there will be revenge in some way.

    I'll reserve my other comments.

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  2. Timothy says:

    "the community holds the key to solving this crime and the Bermuda Police Service will require the assistance of our fellow community members"
    Do ya d@ng job!
    How much money and resources you need to stop tryna shift blame on the members of the public that allegedly withhold pertinent information from the police!?
    Too many resources to let this junk happen over and over again without weeding out the killers.

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  3. Bs says:

    The police should not be appealing for witnesses, just check the cameras on d corner.

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  4. Only in Bermuda says:

    You know what,so sick of wasting tax payers money on these crimes. Let them kill themselves off. Then call it a day. What's the point.

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    • Milton says:

      You think gangsters only kill gangsters? Innocent people with NO gang affiliation have been slaughtered. I encourage you to broaden your thinking on this because it's closer to you than you think.

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  5. Nuffin but da Truth says:

    Punks on this island think they real hard,they are nothing but babies that cry for their Momma as soon as the Cops have them locked up and beg and plead for any deals they can get.

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  6. "The bitterest tears shed over graves are for words left unsaid and deeds left undone."-Harriet Beecher Stowe abolitionist & novelist(1811-1906)

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  7. cousin says:

    @"Only in Bermuda" - Although, most are gang related not all of the persons killed are related to gangs, I can think of two right now Jason Smith being one of them shot and killed in an ex-police officers yard. Still unsolved.
    @Timothy - Even though the police can do a lot better, that is a part of the police doing their job to ask for community assistance. There are too many people with information protecting these hoodlems.
    It would be nice to know if the cameras were working. Hmmmm?

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  8. justMYopinion says:

    @ Cousin....All is NOT as it seems.......

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  9. Fry says:

    Cameras don't even work! Y are they there? Who ever is in charge off d cc tv should get some type off penalty. Aink all der fail but instead of depending on knocking on a door n scaring ppl, depend on wha d camera see.

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  10. Sigh Of Relief says:

    I know three people saw what happened but it doesn't matter u want to know why???? they want the public to help as they call it???? but in real fact its valuable information which could cost u your life or family but they want u give it up??? put you at risk for free now how does that work cause money ???? is not everything hard luck sad story oba rich and making poor call for bda what really going on people

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    • Hmmm says:

      If they know and don't say, then they are pepetuating the myth that these fools have power. They do not. The people have the power. How about they step up and exercise that power by doing the right thing.

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  11. Rhylee's Nana says:

    THE BIGGER PICTURE… My heart goes out for the little girl left without her dad. it is what it is. “daddy’s walk on water”

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