Police Investigating Eleven School Burglaries

February 13, 2017 | 11 Comments

The police are currently investigating 11 reported school burglaries in the last month — from January 16th February 13th — and said that with schools out on mid-term break later this week, the public can assist by reporting any suspicious activity, individuals or vehicles in the vicinity of any school premises.

Bermuda Police Service TC February 13 2017

A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service is currently investigating 11 reported school burglaries in the last month, specifically from January 16th to date [February 13th].

“The affected schools are:

  • CedarBridge Academy
  • Clearwater Middle School
  • Dame Marjorie Bean Hope Academy
  • Elliot Primary
  • Mount Saint Agnes Academy
  • Prospect Primary
  • Victor Scott Primary
  • West Pembroke Primary

“Cash or electronic items were removed in seven instances – while it was unclear what, if anything, was taken in the remaining cases.

“In addition, three of the school properties were targeted twice each.

“So far, no arrests have been made in connection with these incidents. However, detectives are following all available lines of enquiry and continue to work with the Department of Education to provide relevant crime prevention advice.

“With schools out on mid-term break later this week, members of the public can assist by reporting any suspicious activity, individuals or vehicles in the vicinity of any school premises – especially during the hours of darkness – to the main police telephone number 295-0011.”

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  1. And two Health Care Clinics.

  2. Abc says:

    At the causeway booking people going work sad

  3. Herbalist says:

    So we have 11 school burglaries in the last month but all the man power is gone to two Health Care Clinics.

    So we have all these murders in Bermuda and all the man power is gone to two Health Care Clinics.

    It’s nice to see what comes first.

  4. Smarter441 says:

    How are schools on mid term in the 2nd week of Feb and school goes to middle/end of June?

  5. Oh,I see now says:

    The lionfish will not stop there,they are robbing laundromats,old people and family members.Don’t be surprised when grandma comes home to say the church got robbed during service.With these ANIMALS,yes they’re f$&@ing animals,nothing,nobody nowhere is sacred.Just a bunch of soulless bast$&ds.

  6. Really says:

    ABC your English could use some work. Are you trying to say the police are giving tickets at the causeway to people that are speeding. We need to slow down! Thrilled if they are it’s about time. Can’t believe the topic has turned to this. The police can’t do everything on their own, somebody knows who has broken into these schools, low life scum taking away from the children. TURN THEM IN! Do something good for Bermuda!

  7. School of Hard knocks. says:

    They’re looking for their high school leaving certificate, but their brain is soo fried that they don’t remember what school they attended, so lets hit them all.

  8. Same ole same ole says:

    BPS go lay down!! The only reason this is being given your attention is because SENATOR MING inquired about it in the Senate or Upper House yesterday. She queried Senator Baron on what was being done about the school break ins. He immediately reached out to his former colleagues. He never would have mentioned; he doesnt care and the government didnt think that you needed to know. Wake up Bermuda.

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