Police Investigation Into Graffiti Continues

October 31, 2016

“After examination of the recent reported incidents of graffiti, there is every reason to suggest that this is the action of a lone individual,” the police said today, adding that “investigators are interested in speaking with members of the public who may have personal CCTV in the affected areas.”

The graffiti, which contains very hateful messages, appeared at multiple locations around the island recently, and the police have asked anyone who can assist with the investigation to contact them on 295-0011.

A police spokesperson said, “After examination of the recent reported incidents of graffiti, there is every reason to suggest that this is the action of a lone individual.

“Presently police are attempting to identify this individual.

“To that end, investigators are interested in speaking with members of the public who may have personal CCTV in the affected areas which could assist in detecting the offender.

The affected areas include:

  • Old Military Road, Devonshire.
  • Black Watch Pass / North Shore Road, Pembroke.
  • Dock Hill, Devonshire.
  • North Street, Pembroke.
  • Fort Hamilton Drive, Pembroke.
  • Naval Tanks Hill, St. George’s.
  • Ferry Reach, St. George’s.

“Residents that can assist with this inquiry are encouraged to contact the main police telephone number 295-0011.”

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  1. Terry says:

    Sun rises in the east.

    Hasn’t gone west yet.

    You follow?

  2. wahoo says:

    Not really….but I hope they catch these naughty people (whoever they are) and teach them that they should not do this.

    p.s. I was told not to call them trashy.

  3. Hello says:

    Could be someone in Pembroke as Cavendish Parking lot and Hibiscus Lane are not mentioned. I’m sure there are a lot more places that are not reported. Whoever this person is has a sick mind.