Police Release Photos Of Bomb Threat Suspect

September 2, 2015

The police have released CCTV images of the suspect involved in the bomb threat at the Bank of Butterfield Rosebank Centre last month, saying that members of the community will know the person’s identity, and urged anyone with information to come forward to assist in bringing this offender to justice.

A police spokesperson said, “At about 10.00am on Wednesday 12th August 2015 a staff member at the Bank of Butterfield received a telephone call indicating that there was a bomb located at the Rosebank Centre of the bank.

“Police were alerted and staff were evacuated. Police investigations have led to the recovery of CCTV images which are believed to show the suspect and their bike.

“The suspect is wearing a distinctive burgundy hooded top. The bike is believed to be a silver/gray Yamaha Cygnus with a metal basket. This type of basket is not normally associated with this make/model of bike.

“Some members of the community will know the identity of this person. Anyone with information is urged to come forward to assist in bringing this offender to justice.

“If you have any information that will assist, please contact Detective Inspector Colin King at the Criminal Investigation Department on 247 1252 or 295 0011 or Detective Constable Tiffany Caisey on 247 1072.

“Members of the public that assist in bringing the suspect to justice may also qualify for a monetary reward by calling Crime Stoppers on 800-8477.”

Photos provided by the police, click to enlarge:

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  1. Vulcan Trash Cleaner says:

    If they took those stupid brochures off the windows the cameras would see 100%.

    What idiot allowed them in the first place

    • Interesting says:

      The shots you are talking about are for the ATM. The purpose of those cameras are to catch the picture of individuals in front of the ATM. So actually the flyers are fine where they are.

    • Watcher55 says:

      Dufus these cameras are for looking at the people inside the enclosure at the ATM they were not put there to monitor the parking lot!

  2. Um,cant they pull up de license plate.
    Just sayin

    • Left Guard says:

      Um, don’t you think they would if they could!? The resolution will not allow for a clear enough image of something that small.

      Just sayin.

      • WTF says:

        All the money they spend on the CCTV system you think they would have installed cameras that could focus on licence plates.

    • RBKing says:

      All the shots are of the front of the bike. If Bermuda bikes had license plates at the front, maybe they could get the number.

  3. Sickofantz says:

    I think this looks like a woman!

    • justice for all says:

      I thought the same thing

    • A Chef's Life says:

      Totally. Looks like she’s about 5’1″ to 5’3″ with calves that are rather on the thin side.

  4. Smarter441 says:

    ya joking right? how is anyone going to know who that is?

    • PBanks says:

      They hoping someone can reference the clothing perhaps, which seems to be somewhat distinctive.

      Now if that person entered the Marketplace or one of the other stores in that building, maybe they removed their helmet and someone who was inside at the time, could recognize the person from facial features. One can hope.

  5. flikel says:

    Impressive CCTV footage.

    Amazing… the public was made aware of extensive CCTV implementation on and around the Cup Match grounds….yet there is no footage of the dude involved.

    • Vulcan Trash Cleaner says:

      Cup Match???…what are you smoking and drinking right now??/

  6. curious says:

    So all of our phones are being monitored by U.S. Dept of Homeland Security, when you place a call where and to where it went. NSA is spying on us too.

  7. darren says:

    nothing to do with threat but it that the quility a $20,000 gets you?

    • Interesting says:

      Looks like a good shot to me. The only “bad” shots are from the ATM camera.

  8. Regina says:

    Wait, I’m being serious here – I don’t understand how they have this suspect. Did he make a call from a payphone at that location at a particular time? What is it that lead them to this suspect? I’m missing something, right? Anyone?

    • smh says:

      WAKE UP….it’s public knowledge that the NSA and worldwide security agencies spy on everyone.. did you think Bermuda was immune????????

    • Dugong says:

      I was thinking the exact same thing Regina. Surely a Cell tower would let them know this person was in the area but not pinpoint who (s)he was and I don’t think we are able to call the NSA and ask for information (even though I know you’re joking)

      Must have been a payphone.

  9. Triangle Drifter says:

    So here we are almost a month after the crime & the BPS finally gives the public some info & asks for help. Only in Bermuda. Anywhere else any security TV would be out there in days while peoples memories are still fresh.

    • kangoocar says:

      Totally agree triangle!!!! I have however noticed that this parasite is captured on camara not to far from the very spot ( that we also have not heard much about ) that the guy a month ago was robbed of a large sum of cash early one morning a month or so ago??? Hello police are you aware of that????

    • hmph says:

      It must have taken a few weeks for the spy agencies to reply to the BPS’s request….

  10. Kathy says:

    Yeah, what does Heron Bay have to do with Rosebank?

  11. In Mark's Opinion says:

    Good footage, they are watching every where.

  12. Mumbojumbo says:

    See …now…this is why we need facial recognition sinced with passports of anyone who presents a passport at airport…tcd…bps arreststs…and Bermudians and residents…no one excluded.

  13. Mumbojumbo says:

    each place of business and cctv…

  14. Mumbojumbo says:

    private security firms with clients directly connected to a bps red flag terminal intercepting all and processing very fast…c’mon kids…I gotta think this thing out for you?…All govt. buildings airport etc…magistrates court …Supreme court …cameras around prisons.. and any business open at night….hey you lot I need a wage for this…

  15. Mumbojumbo says:

    interpole could help and a keen eye could mean promotion…international intercept is viable through Scotland yard co op…

  16. Watcher55 says:

    Big brother is watching…they don’t have a clue what they are looking at… But they are watching

  17. Mumbojumbo says:

    speak with MacMahone at atf about New Youk City…as well…

  18. Sonia says:

    Shouldn’t they be more interested in catching eligal workers, obviously this was only a joke and maybe tracking the call is more effective

    • BermyL says:

      would be hilarious if that person decided to wear that hoodie again on the same day these images were released!

  19. Rosie says:

    There’s a pay phone in that Market Place complex….perhaps the person used that, hence no cell phone tower records to review..

  20. UmJustSaying says:

    Just imagine if security systems prices where more affordable. We would be able to help BIG BROTHER keep more eye on us.

  21. for real people. says:

    Really people.. They must be keeping some of the photos from us. These pics are garbage. I could take better ones with a web cam. Never fails people you bring in so called pros to do stuff they produce garbage and runaway with tax payers money laughing. A local could do a much better job in setting up a camera system. Gov sending so much money out side the country. this people don’t get hype let these so called pros sweet talk you into buying crap and i know they know how to sweet talk.

  22. Just a matter of time says:

    The only ‘good’ footage would be the poster free ATM ones. I don’t see how distance CCTV footage without the capability of clearer close ups would be considered ‘good’. If the CCTV can only capture distant shots, then all this monitoring could be a waste of time. Unless you really know who you’re looking for. What about the reverse shot of the bike going up Khyber Pass to try and get the license plate or zoom in? Again the ability for proper close ups. Unless those CCTV shots above ARE the close up. Anyway, CCTV needs to be improved if it’s to really be effective.