Police Investigate Willfull Damage In Hamilton

June 7, 2016

Police said they responded to a “report of willful damage” that took place at a bathroom in Hamilton, and have appealed to the public to provide any information that may help them find the person responsible.

Police Media Manager Dwayne Caines said, “Police responded to a report of willful damage that took place at a public male bathroom located at the junction of Victoria and Washington Street.

“It appears that sometime over the weekend somebody entered the bathroom and wrote hateful comments on the bathroom walls.

“An investigation has commenced, and the police are appealing to the public to help find the person responsible. Anyone with any information is encouraged to call the police on 295-0011.”

The damage consisted of graffiti on the wall, and the messages contained were very strong and are not suitable to either repeat or publish photos of.

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  1. Triangle Drifter says:

    How small does a mind have to be to do such a thing?

  2. wahoo says:

    Trash. That is the only way to describe them.

  3. Oh,I see now says:

    It’s sad when the children have to shake their heads at adult behavior.

  4. OBSERVER says:

    This type of thing happening in BERMUDA is a taste of what is going on in this island, ON A DAILY basis.Certain people are greatly disrespected and disenfranchised and have no positive means to express sentiment.
    Wondering when the HATEFUL COMMENTS will become public.Wondering if what was written indicates a deeper, more serious issue.
    Inquiring minds want to know.

    • Toodle-oo says:

      I strongly doubt that you have any idea what the graffiti said . I can well imagine who was targeted and it doesn’t at all resemble your narrative.
      Oh yeah , it’s happening on a daily basis for sure but you’d deny it anyway , ’cause we’re all just the nicest and kindest people anywhere .. HA !

      • OBSERVER says:

        Toodle-oo: Unfamiliarity, on your part, greatly describes your thoughts.
        Bermudians are terrific people!!!
        Hey! How long have YOU resided here? A hunch…. not that long.
        Falling into a negative conditioning about BERMUDIANS OF THIS SOIL is crazy.Perhaps, you fit that mold.
        Do you know of any Bermudians?? More a no than a yes.
        Oh well. That’s what PRE -JUDGING DOES.Tsk!! Tsk!!

        There are deep social, psychological issues at state here. Remove your PRE-CONDITIONING and experience what a delight BERMUDIANS OF THE SOIL ARE.
        It is doubtful any attempts will be made though. What a real pity.

        • Lenny says:

          A delight? Seriously? Bermudians are so rude!!!!!!

          And I am Bermudian!

  5. mmm says:

    I believe CCTV can be put discreetly in public bathrooms, at least to view the entrances and walkways, so should something happen, the authorities have a better idea of whose who. How many members of the public, including tourists need to use the public restrooms just before catching buses, and find them in a deplorable state, and this has been in a poor state year in year out. I admit they are hard to keep clean if a certain element have lit tle or no respect for others needing to use these restrooms. The police al so need to step up foot patrols in the public parks, front,queen and church streets…its too much going on, and you can see the trend.

    • sage says:

      Yes let’s make sure this is discussed at the next UN General Assembly.

  6. Mare says:

    Where are the security cameras? There should be one facing the restrooms and northern end of Washington Street. Keep our kids and visitors safe.